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It's a sacred site and one of Australia's natural wonders, but that apparently isn't stopping tourists from defecating on the top of Uluru. This source has clearly shown how Tourist that go to Uluru are polluting and walking on this native artifact. The people at SBS news have done a report on how bad the pollution has grown and how some of politicians have said how sad it is that people are doing this.
Tourists may be banned from climbing Uluru, Australia's most famous natural landmark, as part of a protest by its traditional Aboriginal owners over a government crackdown in indigenous communities. The Guardian have provided a source of information that informs us on how the tourist the come to Uluru and how the native Aboriginals have threatened to ban them from the rock if they decide to walk or pollute on the Uluru area. The Aboriginal people believe that what the tourist are doing is wrong and against there beliefs.
Tourists are defecating on the top of Uluru. It's a sacred site and one of Australia's natural wonders but that isn't stopping people from using it as a toilet. People are disrespecting the rock be make their way up to the top of the rock and then going the toilet. Some of the people are going as far as shitting on a sacred site which isn’t OK. Mr Simpson said not only was the climb dangerous but it created a number of environmental issues. There's the rubbish and people defecating on top of the rock and polluting the waterholes. That in itself is a big enough reason to consider closing the climb
Some people who climb Uluru are using it as a toilet, says a tour operator who wants climbers banned from the rock because of what the people are doing to Uluru when they are up on the top of the rock. The Northern Territory Chief Minister (Paul Henderson), says he is upset by claims that tourists are going to the toilet on top of Uluru Paul Henderson believers the Government is still against the proposal to close the climb entirely. The government say that full closure of the rock is not the way to go to fix the problem with people doing the wrong things to Uluru.