Uluru


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Uluru

(ˌuːləˈruː)
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(Placename) a large isolated desert rock, sometimes described as the world's largest monolith, in the Northern Territory of Australia: sacred to local Aboriginal people. Height: 330m (1100 ft). Base circumference: 9 km (5.6 miles). Also called: Ayers Rock
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Standouts include seeing the Field of Light art installation to a backdrop of Uluru, a fly-in-fly-out heli-hike on New Zealand's Fox Glacier, a threenight Ghan rail trip from Darwin (above) to Adelaide and whale watching in Tahiti.
CLIMBING the dramatic rock formation Uluru will be banned in two years after declining as visitors to the Australian landmark increasingly recognise its sacredness to indigenous people.
Sydney, Nov 1 (ONA) Climbing on Australia's iconic Uluru
Yami also played a major role in the return of both the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) lands straddling northern South Australia and the return of Uluru.
The Uluru statement may prove to be an influential voice in the public discourse about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues.
On the 50th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, a group of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representatives from across Australia met at Uluru to discuss constitutional reform to support reconciliation with the First Australians.
The beautiful red rock named Uluru (called Ayers Rock by Europeans) was a sacred site to aboriginal people for 10,000 years until it was "discovered," and exploited, by white Australians and tourists in the 20th century.
Last week over 250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders gathered at the community of Mutitjulu situated at the eastern base of the sacred Uluru rock formation.
Included in the price is 12 nights in a selection of four and five-star hotels, a city and Sydney Opera House tour, sounds of silence dinner at Uluru, Quicksilver Outer Great Barrier Reef day tour, all airport transfers and flights from Heathrow.
In the first of two episodes, they head to Uluru where their fantasies of beaches and sunshine are replaced by camping out with deadly snakes and spiders.
30 December 2015 - US-based specialty pharmaceutical company Uluru Inc.
S EVEN- hour- drive along the Stuart Highway and the Lasseter highway eventually leads me to Uluru -- Australia's red centre.