She claims she was also told, “If you're stupid enough to go and climb the rock, climb it”. if (typeof siteads.queue !== 'undefined') { The One Nation leader travelled out to Kata-Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory with Channel Nine’s A Current Affair to protest the ban on climbing the iconic landmark, which will take effect from October 26. Login with your Facebookor Linkedin account, There’s Now A Video Of Pauline Hanson Getting Stuck Partway Up Uluru, Culture Warrior Pauline Hanson Backflips On Uluru Stance After Getting Scared Climbing It, asked visitors not to climb it because of its spiritual significance. Source: AAP, 'Hard to believe': Fresh furore over Melbourne Cup crowd controversy. "Seriously, I cannot get down here, my boots are that bloody old.". 'I cannot get down': Terrified Pauline Hanson gets STUCK on Uluru while climbing the rock in protest before tourists are banned from scaling it Charlie Coë and Aidan Wondracz. There were reports that she only made it around forty metres up before having slide back down on her posterior, and today, A Current Affair released footage of the display. Photo / Facebook "The fact is, it's money-making. Email: newsroomau@yahoonews.com. There are the issues, and having been up there to look at it, the main issue is about security and safety because about 35 people have lost their lives by falling off the Rock.”, Traditional owner Sammy Wilson has said of the ban: “If I travel to another country and there is a sacred site, an area of restricted access, I don’t enter or climb it, I respect it. Do you have a story tip? siteads.queue.push( {"site":"pedestriantv","pagetype":"article","ad_type":"article","sec":"news","amp":false,"article":"pauline hanson stuck uluru","article-tags":["Pauline Hanson","Uluru"],"native":["null"],"paid":"true","has_jw_player":"true","ad_location":"out-of-page-mobile","targeting":{"ptv-pos":2},"provider":"google-dfp","element_id":"ad-slot-out-of-page-mobile-2202636063"} ); The last day to climb has been set for October 26. “I couldn’t believe how steep the climb is,” she told the program. Senator Hanson's vow to climb Uluru was met with considerable criticism on social media though comments to her Facebook page also indicated a level of support. “You can’t just go in and debate it with a couple of waitresses from the local hotel, you’ve got to sit down with the board of management and go through what their problems are, see if it can be sorted out and respect their wishes,” he said. }. "This decision has been a very long time coming and our thoughts are with the elders who have longed for this day but are no longer with us to celebrate it," Central Land Council director David Ross said at the time. Mitchell called Ms Hanson’s visit to the sacred site a “stunt” and that she “didn’t really learn anything”. "The fact is, it's money-making. Ms Hanson appeared on Nine’s Today Show on Tuesday morning alongside 3AW’s Neil Mitchell. Senator Hanson also attempted the climb — but ran into trouble when she got stuck while she was up high on the famous, sacred rock face. Ms Hanson refuted Mitchell’s claims. She said she met with some members of the board but not all of them. Pauline Hanson has backflipped on her stance about keeping Uluru open during a heated discussion on live TV.