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Uluru climb-down

Uluru, in Australia’s Red Centre, is a deeply sacred site for the local Aboriginal people, the Anangu, who for many years have asked visitors to respect their culture by not climbing the huge rock.

It has just been announced that, from October 2019, it will be illegal to do so. Our Australia destination editor Tasmin Waby suggests three other ways to experience it – and connect with, rather than conquer, this extraordinary site.

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