It was an eerily quiet morning at the Anangu sacred site after the hubbub of the past several months

As the sun rose over Uluru this morning, on the first day since Anangu closed the climb, traditional owner Sammy Wilson said the rock would finally have a “well-earned rest”.

Small groups of people were walking quietly around the base, in and out of the spinifex. Police and park rangers stationed in the climb carpark said it was an eerily quiet morning after the hubbub of the past several months.

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