There's been a sudden jump in the number of people wanting to climb Uluru ahead of a ban which comes into effect in October.
Almost nine out of ten people who visit Uluru don't climb, respecting the traditional owners' view that it's a deeply sacred place.
But some people believe any Australian should be able to climb the world's most famous rock if they wish.
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