Thousands of people flock to the Uluru every year to see the World Heritage listed icon.
The root officially closes to visitors from Saturday October 26th.
There has been a rush from tourists eager to climb the rock, since the ban was announced two years ago.
Uluru is a sacred place to many people and the closure of the climb has been longed for by Uluru Custodians for many years.
Princess Diana and Prince Charles climb the rock on their royal tour in 1983.
At least 20% of people who visit Uluru decide to climb it. There have been 35 deaths as a result due to windy weather conditions.
All visitors can still visit Uluru to look at the country, listen and learn.
There are bike and segway tours available too.