Climbing Ban On Uluru Is Set To Become Effective Soon

Climbing Ban On Uluru Is Set To Become Effective Soon

25/08/2019 0 By M Zaman

The Uluru at Uluru National Park is one of the iconic heritage of Australia. It has other name “Ayers Rock”. Also it is a lovely place to visit, while you are in Australia.

Firstly, Australia is one of the most popular tourist destination in the world. There are almost millions of people from different parts of the world prefer to visit in Australia.

While, Australia is larger in size, compared to other tourist destinations in Oceania. You will find plenty of things to explore once you are there.

However, Uluru or the Ayers Rock is one of the most popular iconic place in Australia. Many tourists love to visit the site when they have a chance to visit there.

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)

But some of them love to climb at the top of Ayers Rock to make a real life experience and make it more memorable.

There are some upsetting news for the tourists who love to climb at the top of Uluru. As there are new ban coming up in October.

Also, once this rule come into force, which will ultimately ban tourists to climb at the top of Uluru.

Although, according to Daily Mirror, tourists don’t want to miss out their last opportunity till the ban is upcoming.

On the other-hand, ABC Australia reports, as the deadline is approaching very quickly. Many people are dumping rubbish almost everywhere of the iconic site while they climb there.

This beautiful site scared among among indigenous people of Anangu

This beautiful site scared among among indigenous people of Anangu (Image: Pixabay)

This is leading to a further environmental damage on the beautiful iconic site.

Also Uluru in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a sacred site among indigenous people of Anangu. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is on the UNESCO World Heritage Site lists for both its natural and cultural values.

Once it will close to the public in October, people can still visit the site. But there there will be some limitation, certainly a tourist can’t climb at the top of the rock.

They can only take photographs of this iconic site rather than climbing on top of the rock. As it is crucial to save the site from damages.

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