Mount Augustus is a huge rock in Western Australia that has often drawn comparisons to a more famous landmark, Uluru - though it is twice as big. Known to local Aboriginal people as Burringurrah after a young man who wandered uninvited into a forbidden area during the dreaming time, it has been a sacred site for thousands of years. A new program is teaching Aboriginal rangers to preserve the area's cultural history, teach visitors about it, and show them how to hike safely and respectfully there. Some places can be visited, and some cannot. During the pandemic, there have been a recent influx of tourists from Western Australia to see the rock, which is north of Perth.

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