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Special Report on

Kata Tjuta National Park

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's Northern Territory, east of the Petermann Ranges and the Petermann Aboriginal Land Trust’s territory. It was first established in 1958, as the Ayers Rock–Mount Olga National Park. In 1993, the official name of the Park was changed to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. The Park is majestic and serene and covers 1,326 square kilometers (512 sq mi). It is named for its two most prominent features—the Uluru and, 40 km (25 mi) to its west, Kata Tjuta rock formations (in English, "Ayers Rock" and "The Olgas," respectively). Both rock outcroppings are considered sacred sites and thus important spiritually ...
along the Stuart and Lasseter Highways. The park covers 1398 square kilometres and includes the features it is named after - Uluru / Ayers Rock and, 40 kilometres to its west, Kata Tjuta / Mount Olga and is serviced by flights from most Australian capital cities.
Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park
Welcome to World Tour Guides. World Tour Guides contains information on famous tourist places, tourist attractions, sightseeing locations, touring places, travel and tourism in the world. It also contains information of world wonders and world heritage sites. Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park is UNESCO World Heritage site in the Northern Territory of Australia. The details of Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park are explained in world tour guides below. It is located 1431 kilometres south of Darwin by road and 440 kilometres south-west of Alice Springs along the Stuart and Lasseter Highways. The park covers 1398 square kilometres and ... market research, surveys and trends
Uluru — Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia
We continued south on the Stuart Highway through miles of empty bush. This time our sights were set on Uluru (Ayers Rock) which was a long way but had a nice resort nearby which we could camp at. By lunch we were passing through Alice Springs where we stopped for some more fuel and supplies. Alice is the nearest major town to Uluru, yet the drive is still further than London to Edinburgh! For this reason, we didn't hang around in Alice Springs. It had a weird feel to it with the separation between white and aboriginal people being very evident. The highway carried on south and not far from the South Australia border the ... market research, surveys and trends


SOAR Project 2005
Australia is the smallest continent, but the 6th largest country. It is the only continent that is also a country. Australia’s nickname is “The Land Down Under”. General Info The Aussie flag has a British flag in the top left corner. It has 5 stars that represent the 5 constellations. It has 1 big star for all of the states. The 5 stars are sort of small and are on the right of the British flag. The 1 big star is under the British flag. The Aussie coat of arms has an emu and a kangaroo holding a shield with the coat of arms of the six states on it. They are surrounded my golden wattle blossoms. The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Sacred Land Film Project » Uluru-Kata Tjuta
u is not just an international tourist destination but a symbol of the Aboriginal struggle for land rights and a model for collaborative indigenous-governmental land management. Ulu r u and its neighbor Kata Tju t a, a series of 36 rock domes, comprise an area of spiritual significance to A n angu, the local Aboriginal people whose belief system is intertwined with the landscape. Once appropriated by the Australian government for commercial tourism development and renamed “Ayers Rock” and “Mount Olga,” Ulu r u and Kata Tju t a are now the centerpiece of a 330,000-acre National Park owned by the A n angu and jointly managed with ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Rules and fees are ruining Uluru
After paying all the extra expenses and adhering to the rules and regulations at Uluru, perhaps tourists feel a sense of entitlement. Photo: Bryan O'Brien I never had any real desire to visit Uluru. I wanted to see it one day but, truth be told, it wasn't high on my list of holidaying priorities. It's a big rock in the middle of the desert - what would I see in person that I couldn't find on a postcard? My first visit to Uluru was for work in February this year. As we approached the world's biggest single piece of exposed rock, also known as a monolith, I was in awe! I finally realised why thousands of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Traumkontinent Australien - Entdeckunsgreisen am schönsten Ende der Welt
Koalas und K�ngurus, t�rkisfarbenes Meer und wei�e Traumstr�nde, Ayers Rock und Great Barrier Reef � Australien fasziniert durch seinen Artenreichtum, seine landschaftliche Vielfalt, seine einzigartigen Naturwunder und eine unendliche Weite. Die neue Filmkollektion Traumkontinent Australien von Reader�s Digest pr�sentiert den 5. Kontinent mit all seinen reizvollen Gegens�tzen in atemberaubenden Aufnahmen. Der Zuschauer erlebt hautnah, wie Cowboys ihr Vieh mit dem Helikopter zusammentreiben, begegnet dem majest�tischen Walhai und anderen Meeresbewohnern und lernt die Mythen und Gebr�uche der Ureinwohner Australiens kennen. Auf zwei market trends, news research and surveys resources


Section II: Summary of the Periodic Report on the State of ...
II. State of Conservation of the World Heritage Properties in the Asia-Pacific Region. 284. AUSTRALIA. Uluru Kata Tjuta. II.1 Introduction ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Aircraft overflights at national parks: Conflict and its potential ...
The National Park Service works with the Federal Aviation Administration to develop air tour management plans for units of the National Park System that have commercial air tours. Though no air tour management plans have been implemented yet, a few parks have made progress toward reducing noise and visual intrusions. At Haleakala National Park (Hawaii), for example, air tour operators honor a voluntary agreement to not fly within the crater rim. The photo depicts the historical flight path that no longer occurs here. THE TOURIST ATTRACTION KNOWN AS AYERS ROCK, OR ULURU, in central Australia has undergone remarkable management ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Harvard Graduate School of Design: Students
All students enrolled at the GSD are eligible for support for any type of project that addresses the broad objectives of the fund. Past awards have ranged from $200 to $2750. The objectives of the Penny White Student Projects Fund are: To promote creative thought by providing students with an opportunity to pursue their own projects, To promote the development and dissemination of a land ethic which integrates the preservation and enhancement of natural systems through studies of design, ecology and natural science, and To provide opportunities for students to diversify their graduate study into areas which might not be ...
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Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park Is a National park to protect it and its people from the changes that may be brought about by over commercialisation of the area. If there are not some limits put in... Who runs the Uluru National Park ? The Uluru national Park is managed jointly by the Anangu Aborigines and the Australian Director of National Parks. The Anangu are made up of the Yankunytjatjara and Pitjantjatjara peoples of central... Why is grand canyon a national park ? The Grand Canon its self is not a national park its is part of a bigger national park. It also is a national land mark so the only way to preserve a national ...
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I'm doing a project and I don't want to sound stupid while presenting if I don't know how to pronounce the name of the national park. 2 years ago Member since: October 03, 2008 Total points: 1985 (Level 3) The names Uluru and Kata Tjuta come from the local Anangu (Aboriginal) people and respectively mean "Earth Mother" and "Many Heads". In the Anangu language they are written as Uluru and Kata Tjuta, the letters with underscores indicating that they are pronounced with the tongue curled upwards and touching the upper part of the palate instead of the front part or the teeth. 2 years ago There are ...