Thank you, Erwin, as you write and inform: 1. Could you …

Comment on Now that the Rock can’t be climbed, visiting it will cost more by Ken.

Thank you, Erwin, as you write and inform:
1. Could you provide monthly accomodation figures on the to-be mothballed or closed accommodation motels and hotels or venues at Yulara over the next 12 months?
2. Could you advise the gate numbers which supply the income on a six-monthly basis to the traditional owners?
3. Will any traditional owner be paid any regular gate-money which they rely on to buy cars etc?
4 In view of the above when will they change their mind?
5. My old mate who was the senior TO man once said in relation to the above loss of gate-money “Let them climb!”

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