@ Come in Spinner: “A resort quarantined from the community” Please …

Comment on Work started on national Indigenous art gallery for Alice by Evelyne Roullet.

@ Come in Spinner: “A resort quarantined from the community”
Please explain, as a regular visitor of the resort and of the park I have not yet witnessed this quarantine.
Where are the local doing their shopping?
Are the locals playing pool at the Outback Pioneer hotel aware of the quarantine?
Who is running the following if it is not the locals?
“During your stay at Ayers Rock Resort you’re invited to experience a wide range of free activities, including guided and self-guided garden walks through the native gardens of Sails in the Desert and Desert Gardens Hotel. Join a bush yarn at the Circle of Sand with a local Aboriginal storyteller and learn about weapons or bush tucker.
“Pay a visit to Wintjiri Arts + Museum showcasing local Anangu products, watch artists at work and learn more about the regions history, geology, flora and fauna in the museum’s display. Or browse the many art pieces at the Indigenous art markets and support local Mutitjulu artists.”
I would love to know.

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