David Ahern There was a lot of publicity in the lead up to the climbing ban on Uluru in late October. The traditional owners, the Anangu, had long argued for a ban, claiming the rock was culturally and spiritually sacred to them.   News stories in the final weeks centred on the thousands of tourists who were keen to scale the monolith’s mighty heights before the ban took effect. And many did line up in their thousands for one last chance to climb Uluru.  Most Australians were reportedly ‘comfortable’ with the decision to prohibit climbing but there were some...

The latest Majellan is being delivered and is now available on the Majellan magazine app. Articles in this issue include: Inspiring Heart Felt Love The Greateast Grandma A Wall that Divides Spinal gap As well as the usual great articles. Let us know your thoughts. Post a review or comment below.  ...