A draft Plan of Management for Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park released today focuses on preserving traditional Anangu culture, building new tourism experiences and attracting more visitors to one of the world’s most breathtaking environments.
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Board of Management, the Mutitjulu Community Aboriginal Corporation, Central Land Council (CLC), Commonwealth agencies and tourism industry leaders have worked together in developing a plan that continues to build meaningful tourism experiences and visitor infrastructure.
In doing so the plan will help opportunities that benefit Anangu and protect laws and traditions that have evolved through 30,000 years of spiritual connection with Uluru-Kata Tjuta.
The closure of the Uluru climb had been part of the current Plan of Management and the Park has already launched a new destination brand prompting visitors to connect with Anangu through experiences such as storytelling and art.
Over the next 60 days we invite comment from the public and from our valued stakeholders. All comments and submissions must be sent by 5pm AEST on Friday 7 February 2020.
To view the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Draft Plan of Management 2020-2030 and to learn more about making a submission visit www.environment.gov.au/resource/Uluru-Kata-Tjuta-draft-management-plan
Submissions will be presented to the Board and the Director of National Parks.