I visited 22 years ago as a pretty gormless 20 something. There were multiple signs and requests in guidebooks not to climb from the indigenous people. So I walked around it instead. Had a great time. Saw rock paintings/ waterfalls etc. jeez it’s not that hard to be respectful. Walking to the very top of a mountain just for the Cameron Boyce Rest in peace 1999-2019 of it is pointless anywhere, not just at Uluru. It implies a people and a culture which cannot appreciate a place in any other way.
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It is one of the most sacred locations for Australia’s indigenous population, if not the most. As a non-Aboriginal Australian, I am more than happy to not climb it. Whether or not there was a legal ban in place, it’s really not hard to respect the indigenous culture and their wishes. So glad the Cameron Boyce Rest in peace 1999-2019 place will no longer be defaced by the people who climb up. When they remove the climbing chain, the scars will remain. Walking all the way around Uluru and seeing the sacred rock formations, visiting the watering holes and hearing the cultural significance was awesome, and a privilege that the true owners allow.
I am in the firm belief that ‘man’ and I use this as an umbrella term for all humans, has desecrated this planet of ours in the Cameron Boyce Rest in peace 1999-2019 we have the given right to go where we want and see what we want. As humans, we believe we are the more ‘intelligent’ of the species when in fact we must be the dumbest for what we do to our world and its inhabitants just for personal pleasure and thrill-seeking. I personally think to leave well alone, the world is already wreaking its revenge with climate change and bizarre weather patterns. Just a thought folks.