Days 88 & 89: Kata Tjuka – Uluru

Day 88: 8am

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Day 88: 8.30am

15326410_1901969683359552_3886773597240431411_nI don’t know what it is put the animals out here must see something in me. I don’t know what it is.

15284090_1901969696692884_2913605281030433425_nWe don’t know where he come from. When I walk around the corner on the road. he was standing in the middle of the road with the sun just rising over the hill shining on him. I walk up to him and stop. He started walking towards me and I told him follow me. We mute have something to eat for you. He follow me back to the car and we giving him some food to eat.

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Day 88: 9am

15380365_1816535151935886_7936820605865768592_nIt is green and there are still colours in the land. – Noonie


Day 88: 3.30m

15319182_1902119376677916_8409777348350062742_nIt is unbelievable how mother nature change it self sometime. Now I’m in Uluru thinking how I walk all that way from Perth to Uluru. Like walking from the south west on to western central desert in summer going thought a heat wave. Than on top Northern Territory going thought a big storm before reaching Uluru. Sometime I feel it must be time to start speaking the true about why I walking for justice for. Before heading east to Adelaide way.


Day 88: 7.30pm

15400516_1902207643335756_5056360049659114425_nNo one believed in me that I was going to walk a cross the country for justice and for change. Every person I came across told me that no one walk through the desert area in summer. I said to my self if I can believed than it can be done. Now I have done it there no way no one can do the same. If you believed in your self, you can become something more powerful than any one on this earth. It only take you to believed that all that matter.


Day 88: 9pm

15338668_1816538145268920_998077082761227305_nNear the end of gravel at the bitumen. – Noonie


Day 89: 7.30am

Unity most come forward. If we ever going to make Australia great. So let make that happen.


Day 89: 8.30am


Day 89

15380645_1817417798514288_1385962670456153752_nWe finished the walk to the Uluru and Stuart Highway turn off, then sat at the sunset car park at Uluru and looked at the sunset. – Noonie


Day 89: 7pm

We being invited to camp for two night at the traditional owners Mutitjulu community next to Uluru. They what to show us around at Uluru, tell us story about Uluru and I want to see what being happen here for them. It well give me a Chance to have a talk with the chairman member from the central land council who at Mutitjulu community to try organise a meeting with the central land council in Alice spring when I get there in a week or a bit. It to try and ask the central council to support the walk for justice movement. It is a big honor to be invited and camp with the people. Who are the owners and protector to the most secret site to our people.


Day 89: 9pm

15420935_1817422095180525_2967219606678922439_nWalking towards Uluru. Well worth the tripp just to see. – Noonie


Day 89: 9.30pm

15356785_1817340498522018_1816334560_nIt is a beautiful night in Uluru. Just setting out site having a cup of tea looking at Uluru. I cannot believed how amazing it is looking at it up close and camping right next to it. The star, the moon and the milk way shinning on top of it. I never think we be camping right next to Uluru with the traditional owner. Tomorrow we be seen the elders who was Born here in Uluru listing to they story and wisdom.

Author: Clintonswalkforjustice

I’m a Wajuk, Balardung, Kija and a Yulparitja man from the West of Australia. I will be walking across country from Matagarup/Heirrison Island in Perth to Parliament House in Canberra, following songlines and visiting communities along the way, where I will eventually be seeking audience with the Prime Minister and address the many injustices against the First Nations people of this land.

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