Australia Finally Bans Climbing On Top Of Uluru Rock

Australia Finally Bans Climbing On Top Of Uluru Rock

27/10/2019 0 By M Zaman

The Australian government finally Australia bans climbing at the top of Uluru or Ayers rock for a scared reason. As, Australia bans climbing on top of Uluru or Ayers rock. You will no longer be able to climb at the top of it.

The Uluru or Ayers Rock is a sacred site among indigenous people in Australia. Since, this ban becomes fully effective visitors will not able to climb at the top of the rock.

The day of visiting the site was on 26th October 2019. According to The Guardian, reports on its last day of closure there were full of tourists from Australia and other parts of the world as well.

The Uluru or Ayers Rock is one of the most iconic site in Australia. Previously, visitors from Australia and different parts of the world love to climb at the top of the most famous rock.

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Many tourists from different parts of the world love to visit the site while they are in Australia.

Many tourists love to climb at the top of Uluru or Ayers Rock

Many tourists love to climb at the top of Uluru or Ayers Rock (Image: Pixabay)

However, it will still remain open to the public. But, only exception is that the visitors will not climb at the top the rock. It will only visible from the outside.

There are some of the most useful information you need to know about the Uluru Rock. Scientists believe that the rock was formed more than billion years ago.

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But, the Aboriginal people started to living in the area about 30,000 years ago. It was William Gosse, first to see the rock in 1873 as a non-Aboriginal.

Meanwhile, the name “Ayers Rock” named by William Gosse after Sir Henry Ayers. Sir Henry Ayers was the chief secretary of South Australia at the time.

On the other hand, the most spectacular rock in Australia received its official name “Uluru” during 1993.

The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia (Image: iStock)

Also, the rock is symbolic and sacred among Aboriginal people. The rock is also an UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Australia is a fabulous country to visit. Once you are there you will find endless activities to enjoy within this huge country. It has longest sea beaches in the world.

You will more information visiting Australia from here.

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