‘Too special a place’: how an eclectic Queensland alliance saved a sacred site from rock climbers
As the state moves to protect Indigenous site Whinpullin, or Minto Crag, climbing groups realise ‘you can’t just go charging in’
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To the Ugarapul people south-west of Brisbane, the grass trees, or whinpullin, are protectors of mountains.
“To us, whinpullin are the silent sentinels,” Kruze Summers says. “They’re bodyguards of our mountains.”Continue reading…