V8Central Forums
Home | Profile | Register | Active Topics | Active Polls | Members | Search | FAQ | Links | Private Messages
Username:
Password:
Save Password
Forgot your Password?

 All Forums
 General Topics
 General chit-chat
 Uluru to climb or not to climb
 New Topic  New Poll New Poll
 Reply to Topic
 Printer Friendly Share
Previous Page
Author Previous Topic Topic Next Topic
Page: of 3

Trickyonne
Sex God



Vatican City
17527 Posts
joined 13 Apr 03

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  13:08:17  Show Profile Send Trickyonne a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Zac

quote:
Originally posted by oldtimer

Is Uluru a National Park or has ownership been handed to descendants of the earlier dwellers?

Both.

Ownership of Uluru and surrounding land was handed back to the local aborigines in 1985. The aborigines then leased Uluru and the land to National Parks on a 99 year lease, and both Uluru and the surrounding land are jointly managed by the local aboriginals and National Parks.



Ok...so the local indigenous people own it...kinda like my rental property, I lease it out but that doesnít give the tenants a right to do what they like with the property

Also just because itís a national park doesnít mean you can enter the park.

Ford 2018 champions

Edited by - Trickyonne on 30 Aug 2019 13:09:26
Go to Top of Page

Zac
Lumberjack



Australia
9778 Posts
joined 24 Dec 04

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  16:14:04  Show Profile Send Zac a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
Are you arguing with yourself?
Go to Top of Page

Trickyonne
Sex God



Vatican City
17527 Posts
joined 13 Apr 03

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  16:33:45  Show Profile Send Trickyonne a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Zac

Are you arguing with yourself?



ummm don't think so...why ?

Ford 2018 champions
Go to Top of Page

falcon_cobra
Kiss Fanatic



Sweden
8813 Posts
joined 02 Dec 04

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  18:03:05  Show Profile  Click to see falcon_cobra's MSN Messenger address Send falcon_cobra a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
so foot traffic hasn't changed the rock at all?
well by the top photo, there is a big difference to me

_Mvolvo
Go to Top of Page

troy01505
Team Manager



Australia
2521 Posts
joined 25 Feb 08

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  18:21:56  Show Profile Send troy01505 a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

quote:
Originally posted by Zac

quote:
Originally posted by oldtimer

Is Uluru a National Park or has ownership been handed to descendants of the earlier dwellers?

Both.

Ownership of Uluru and surrounding land was handed back to the local aborigines in 1985. The aborigines then leased Uluru and the land to National Parks on a 99 year lease, and both Uluru and the surrounding land are jointly managed by the local aboriginals and National Parks.



Ok...so the local indigenous people own it...kinda like my rental property, I lease it out but that doesnít give the tenants a right to do what they like with the property

Also just because itís a national park doesnít mean you can enter the park.



Nothing like the lease for your rental property
Go to Top of Page

Trickyonne
Sex God



Vatican City
17527 Posts
joined 13 Apr 03

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  18:29:49  Show Profile Send Trickyonne a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by troy01505

quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

quote:
Originally posted by Zac

quote:
Originally posted by oldtimer

Is Uluru a National Park or has ownership been handed to descendants of the earlier dwellers?

Both.

Ownership of Uluru and surrounding land was handed back to the local aborigines in 1985. The aborigines then leased Uluru and the land to National Parks on a 99 year lease, and both Uluru and the surrounding land are jointly managed by the local aboriginals and National Parks.



Ok...so the local indigenous people own it...kinda like my rental property, I lease it out but that doesnít give the tenants a right to do what they like with the property

Also just because itís a national park doesnít mean you can enter the park.



Nothing like the lease for your rental property



Ummm ok....then....so national parks can do what they like with the rock mate ?...no need to speak to the locals first ?...itís the national parks who donít want climbers ?...


Ford 2018 champions

Edited by - Trickyonne on 30 Aug 2019 18:30:52
Go to Top of Page

murph_fan51
Team Manager



New Zealand
8086 Posts
joined 13 Dec 02

 offline

Posted - 30 Aug 2019 :  19:36:16  Show Profile  Visit murph_fan51's Homepage  Send murph_fan51 a Yahoo! Message Send murph_fan51 a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by falcon_cobra

so foot traffic hasn't changed the rock at all?
well by the top photo, there is a big difference to me


Yep all those metal posts drilled into the rock. Are they going to get removed now?

Go to Top of Page

Trev
Team Manager



Australia
5741 Posts
joined 13 Feb 03

 offline

Posted - 31 Aug 2019 :  05:59:14  Show Profile  Visit Trev's Homepage Send Trev a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
quote:
Originally posted by falcon_cobra

so foot traffic hasn't changed the rock at all?
well by the top photo, there is a big difference to me

ever been there?

I reserve the right to arm bears
Go to Top of Page

Bloopy
V8 Champion



New Zealand
1130 Posts
joined 20 Oct 11

 offline

Posted - 02 Sep 2019 :  20:48:27  Show Profile  Visit Bloopy's Homepage Send Bloopy a Private Message  Reply with Quote Copy this URL to Link to this Reply
Presumably you can get just as good a view from parts of Kata Tjuta/the Olgas, or possibly Mt Sonder. It'd be a loss if you were banned from climbing any of them. Then again, I climbed the steep path up 'The Nut' in Stanley which is less than 1/2 the height of Uluru from its base, and I was exhausted just from that!

Edited by - Bloopy on 02 Sep 2019 20:53:58
Go to Top of Page
Page: of 3 Previous Topic Topic Next Topic  




Previous Page
 New Topic  New Poll New Poll
 Reply to Topic
 Printer Friendly Share
Jump To:
V8Central Forums © 2001 - 2018 V8Central Go To Top Of Page
This page was generated in 0.94 seconds.