For a considerable length of time, countless guests to Australia’s desert focus have trekked up Uluru, the antiquated red stone monument previously known as Ayers Rock.

In any case, from Saturday, the trip will be prohibited. Uluru is a sacrosanct site for the nearby indigenous overseers, the Anangu individuals, who have since quite a while ago asked visitors not to go up.

Most as of now pursue those desires – just 16% of guests embraced the move in 2017, when the boycott was reported.

Lately, be that as it may, park authorities have announced a flood in guest numbers. Pictures of groups packed on to the stone have started outrage, yet in addition banter about the approaching change.

The BBC approached nearby inhabitants for their musings.


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