Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park ranger Tjiangu Thomas says closing the climb is a ‘strong example of Anangu making decisions for their land’

People have climbed Uluru on the last day before it closes permanently but, for the third day in a row, the climb was delayed by dangerous weather.

Parks Australia closed the climb for two hours on Friday due to strong winds. On Wednesday and Thursday it was closed intermittently because of the heat, as temperatures went well above 36C.

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