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Large sandstone rock formation in Australia

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Uluru: Large sandstone rock formation in Australia
Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock and officially gazetted as Uluru / Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia. It lies 335 km (208 mi) south west of the nearest large town, Alice Springs.

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Pauline Hanson's Uluru warning dismissed by NT government

Uluru will enjoy strong tourist numbers into the future, NT Tourism Minister Lauren Moss says, after Pauline Hanson's call for a lifting on the climbing ban.
SBS - Published

NT govt dismisses Hanson's Uluru warning

Uluru will enjoy strong tourist numbers into the future, NT Tourism Minister Lauren Moss says, after Pauline Hanson's call for a lifting on the climbing ban.
SBS - Published

Pauline Hanson's Uluru stunt gets mixed reaction

Pauline Hanson has climbed Uluru, but the stunt has had some with mixed reviews.
SBS - Published

Young Muslims travelling across rural Australia to challenge misconceptions about Islam

The road trip will see young men from six cities visit more than 50 rural towns on the way to a gathering at Uluru.
SBS - Published

'A stunt': Senator Pauline Hanson slammed for plans to climb Uluru ahead of ban

Senator Pauline Hanson is set to scale Uluru as part of her campaign to keep the climbing route open for visitors.
SBS - Published

I climbed Uluru, but I wish I had not

We don't have the "right" to climb Uluru any more than we have the "right’ to abseil the Great Pyramid.
The Age - Published

Uluru climbing ban won't kill tourism, rangers say

The Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park has rejected criticism from commentators that closing Uluru to climbers will kill tourism in the area.
SBS - Published

Pauline Hanson compares stopping Uluru climbers to 'closing down Bondi Beach'

Pauline Hanson has weighed in on the Uluru climbing ban.
SBS - Published

Tourists flock to climb Uluru before it closes, ignoring wishes of traditional owners

Uluru has been inundated with tourists hoping to climb the World-Heritage listed site before a climbing ban comes into effect on 26 October.
SBS - Published

Battle to bring back controversial Uluru blimp flies into court

Two businessmen and the Indigenous operator of the Uluru resort are fighting in the NSW Supreme Court over the future of the business.
The Age - Published

'Quietest Australians' case for a 2020 referendum

Two years ago, Indigenous leaders gathered at Uluru to agree on constitutional recognition. Please Explain delves into why progress has stalled and the potential way forward.
The Age - Published

Man rescued after heart attack on Uluru

A man who was revived by off-duty police officers is lucky to be alive after suffering a heart attack while climbing Uluru ahead of this year's closure.
SBS - Published

'Gift to the nation': 14 organisations support referendum and reconciliation

A coalition of top companies have thrown their support behind the Uluru statement of the heart, urging other companies to walk with them and Indigenous Australians to reconciliation and a better..
The Age - Published

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