Australia Outback Jeep Expedition; Chris Collard; Four Wheeler

Chris Collard heads deep into the Australian Outback in hopes to repeat a 50 year old adventure across the Simpson desert!

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Destinations in Australia that every budding photographer must visit; Shraddha Chaugale; Republic World

There are several top destinations in Australia for photography, that every budding photographer must visit. Read on to know more about these places.

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Four things to do at Australia’s Uluru monolith — besides climb it; Sue White; CNBC

It may be forbidden to climb Uluru now, but there’s plenty to do — such as take tours, ride Segways and skydive — at Australia’s famous monolith.

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World’s Most Exceptional Experiences; Glenfiddich; Afar

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Indigenous Australians cheer Uluru climbing ban; NHK

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Indigenous Australians are celebrating a climbing ban on one of the country’s best-known landmarks.

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Australian Tribe Fought For 34 Years To Make Sure No One Disrespects Their Sacred Rock; Saket Suman; India Times


Uluru is a top tourist draw in Australia despite its remote desert location near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.

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Australia’s Uluru closes to climbers for good after decades-long fight; Stefica Nicol Bikes; Reuters

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Ban Will Soon Keep Climbers From Tackling Sacred Monolith In Australia; Colin Dwyer; WUFT

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The biggest question about Uluru Australians want answered; news.com.au

Saturday will mark a monumental moment in the long history of Australia’s most famous rock.

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‘Shooting yourself in the foot’: Tourists question Uluru climb ban; Greg Roberts; News.com.au

Among some of the tourists rushing to Uluru before climbing it is banned this Saturday, there is bemusement as to why local Indigenous traditional owners would discourage tourist dollars.

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Extreme pictures show Uluru chaos; News.com.au

Australians are still flocking to the Red Centre to try and climb Uluru ahead of a deadline that will see climbing banned in recognition of local indigenous people’s wishes.

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Thousands rush to climb Australia’s Uluru ahead of ban; Reuters/Jakarta Post

Visitors will no longer be able to scale the Australian landmark, formerly known as Ayers Rock, from Oct. 26, following a decades-long campaign by indigenous communities to protect it.

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Thousands flock to climb Uluru before sacred rock shuts to visitors; Jack Guy; CNN

Thousands of people are flocking to climb Uluru — Australia’s sacred giant monolith — before a ban comes into force at the end of October.

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Thousands Flock to Australia’s Uluru Before Climbing Is Banned on the Landmark Monolith; Ron Brackett; The Weather Channel

Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is sacred to its traditional Aboriginal owners, known as Anangu.

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Tourists swarm over Ayer’s Rock ahead of ban against climbing; Jimmy Nsubuga; Metro

Climbers are making sure they take in all the sights on the iconic Uluru because they won’t be able to get there soon.

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Climbers Flock to Uluru Before a Ban, Straining a Sacred Site; Tacey Rychter; NY Times

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Australia travel – How to enjoy the perfect family holiday at this UNESCO site; Emma Walmsley; Ecophiles

Your family holiday guide to Uluru (Ayers Rock) one of the country’s most famous attractions for your Australia travel plan…

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How to travel sustainably in Australia’s Northern Territory; Caitlin Clark; National Student

There’s more than one way to experience Australia’s all-encompassing outback.

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Why A Trip to the Australian Outback Needs to Top Your Bucket List; Natalie B Compton; GQ

A guide to doing it right.

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A cultural trip to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park; Teri Didjurgis; BlueSkyTraveler.com

Uluru – a cultural trip into the heart of Australia Uluru – the famous sandstone monolith in the middle of Australia. While Teri Didjurgis loved the breathtaking landscapes, the experience of learning about its cultural significance was what has left a lasting impression. LOVE IT. SHARE IT.

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