We learned many things this week after the announcement of Uluru climb closure.
Firstly we learned that the percentage of tourists who climbed Uluru had dropped to around 16%. After the news of the closure traveled across Australia, two separate opinion polls on the N.T news and on Sunrise both showed that over 60% of Australians want the Uluru climb to stay open. This is a perfect example of why non-Indigenous Australians should not be included when it comes to any referendums that are specifically about our people. But that is a topic for another post. Or is it?