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Let's celebrate World Tourism Day by remembering how great our own backyard is.
Simple solution: stop climbing Uluru.
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A delicate rescue operation is underway to winch the stranded climbers off the rock.
The mysterious Australia rock formation was filmed with permission from traditional owners.
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The Northern Territory has been rocked by one of the biggest earthquakes in Australia's recent history. The magnitude-6.1 quake struck early Saturday morning about 125km west of Uluru, according to Ge...
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Australian entrepreneur and golfer, Greg Norman, is reportedly planning to build a golf course at the bottom of Uluru. Norman came up with the idea after a recent visit to the site with Northern Terri...
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Northern Territory Chief Minister Adam Giles wants to start a conversation about opening Uluru to climbing again, despite its spiritual significance. The Alice Springs draw card, previously called Ay...
“Long ago Anangu were afraid because they were pushed out of their lands, and because of that Anangu left,” said Anangu traditional owner Reggie Uluru. “But now a lot of people want to come back. That...