The Tourism & Transport Forum Australia (TTF) has welcomed the Uluru Board of Management’s decision to seek big ideas to develop new tourism activities within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
“Uluru is one of Australia’s most iconic natural attractions, attracting more than 270,000 visitors every year,” said TTF chief executive Margy Osmond.
“There are already a host of fantastic experiences on offer for tourists at Uluru, but it’s important we focus on growing new visitor experiences and creating more business opportunities for Indigenous Australians.
“TTF is very supportive of the move to invite responsible and sustainable tour-ism activities and investment in Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park. Sensible and sustainable tourism and commercial activities in national parks like Uluru can enrich the visitor experience by allowing more people to visit, encouraging visitors to stay longer and explore the area further.”