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Closing the Rock and the problems of progressive paternalism

24 March 2020

12:08 PM

24 March 2020

12:08 PM

You may have been too busy in a supermarket queue last Saturday to read the remarks of former head ranger at Uluru, Greg Elliot, saying last years band on climbing the Rock was a colossal mistake.

How can something all of a sudden become sacred when it wasn’t sacred in the past?,” he asked in The Weekend Australia Or it wasn’t deemed to be as sacred so no one could go there?” 

Elliot is not alone in expressing that opinion.

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