Lindy Chamberlain recounts the panic and the chaos of the night her baby Azaria was taken by a dingo at a campground near Uluru 40 years ago in a … Northern Territory Coroner Elizabeth Morris said she had decided to reopen the inquest after receiving a request from Azaria's parents and information they had provided on dingo attacks on infants and young children. Start your Independent Premium subscription today. Please sign in to contribute to the Mamamia Community. Kahlia, 25, was born in Darwin Hospital while her mother Lindy Chamberlain was serving a prison sentence for nine-week-old Azaria's murder. In August 1980, nine-week-old Azaria Chamberlain disappeared from the Chamberlain family's campsite at Uluru, with the finger pointed at mother Lindy. Lindy Chamberlain said: “At first I thought the dingo might have bitten my baby, Azaria, and taken something else from the tent. The family has always insisted a dingo took the baby from the family's tent. RELATED: Michael Chamberlain, Azaria’s father, dies after battle with leukaemia Aidan, 9, and Reagan, 6, outside the tent where the dingo took their baby sister Azaria at Uluru. That a young girl growing up hearing the myth-like stories of her older sister, hearing tales and accusations and the expression of hatred against an animal might actually become fascinated by them. RELATED: Michael Chamberlain, Azaria’s father, dies after battle with leukaemia The brother of Azaria Chamberlain has welcomed the reopening of an inquest into the death of his baby sister in central Australia more than 30 years ago. A 32-year legal mystery over the death of a baby in Australia's outback came to an end on Tuesday when a coroner found a dingo was responsible for killing infant Azaria Chamberlain, a … When you think about it, it makes sense. The cause of her death was as the result of being attacked and taken by a dingo." If you're not already a Mamamia member, sign up (it's easy, we promise). Kahlia was born in Darwin Hospital while her mother Lindy Chamberlain was serving a prison sentence for nine-week-old Azaria's murder. Going for a holiday The Chamberlian Family venture of in their yellow, hatchback, Torana motorcar for a holiday in Central Australia. And through it all Australia’s suspicion and fear of dingoes deepened. In 2008, the Holden Torana car that was tested for Azaria's blood in the original court case was used in the wedding of Aidan Chamberlain, Azaria's brother, who was six when his sister disappeared. I remember it all – as though it unfolded yesterday. In early 1986, English tourist David Brett fell to his death from Uluru during an evening climb. Lindy Chamberlain has broken down in tears while revealing the moment she was told her baby Azaria was 'inside the tummy' of a dingo. His bride arrived at the ceremony in the car and his father, Michael Chamberlain, said that he was proud the couple had chosen to use the car which was the centerpiece of the case. Reagan rejoined the others about 10 minutes after Azaria was asleep. In a strange twist to an already bizarre tale, the half-sister of a baby girl killed when she was snatched by dingoes in Australia has become an advocate for the very animals that took her. The Ecoterrestrial Team have been central to orchestrating the Exclusive and headline news targeting Dingo Conservation and the tie in with Zahra Chamberlain (from the well known Azaria Chamberlain family). Lindy Chamberlain with daughter Azaria at Ayers Rock (now Uluru) ‘A dingo’s got my baby’ Michael and Lindy Chamberlain arrived at Ayers Rock (now Uluru) on 16 August 1980 with their two sons, Aidan and Reagan, and their baby daughter, Azaria.. I was eight years old in August 1980 when I saw the enormous newspaper front page. Azaria Chamberlain and her sister Reagan, 4 years of age were put to bed at about 8pm in the tent at an Ayers Rock campsite. Surprised until I read what she had to say via the SMH: “Zahra Chamberlain, 18 – whose nine-week-old sister Azaria Chamberlain was stolen by dingoes at Ayers Rock on August 17, 1980 – told News Corp Australia that she was training to become a dingo handler after spending time with the dogs and hearing of farmers’ animosity towards them. Aug 13, 1980. Reagan rejoined the others about 10 minutes after Azaria was asleep. "The first time we knew (Reagan) was awake and remembered what was a new dog," he said. Zahra Chamberlain, 18 - whose nine-week-old sister Azaria Chamberlain was stolen by dingoes at Ayers Rock on August 17, 1980 - told News Corp Australia that she was training to become a dingo handler after spending time with the dogs and hearing of farmers' animosity towards them. June 11, 1980 Azaria Chantel Loren Chamberlain born. Earlier this year Zahra accepted an invitation to the Durong Dingo Sanctuary near Kingaroy, northwest of Brisbane, to spend time learning about dingoes. The following day … Please continue to respect all commenters and create constructive debates. Night had fallen and Azaria was asleep in her tent … The brother of baby Azaria Chamberlain, whose disappearance in the Outback 24 years ago became one of Australia’s most enduring mysteries, revealed today he had been vilified as a … The final resolution of the case was triggered by a chance discovery. A DINGO took the sister she never knew but Zahra Chamberlain, 18, says she loves the native dogs and wants to protect them. In 2008, the Holden Torana car that was tested for Azaria's blood in the original court case was used in the wedding of Aidan Chamberlain, Azaria's brother, who was six when his sister … Her body was never found. On the night of August 17, Chamberlain reported that the child had been taken from her tent by a dingo. Did she do it? The family has always insisted a dingo took the baby from the family's tent. Source: ABC/Anh’s Brush With Fame. It allows our most engaged readers to debate the big issues, share their own experiences, discuss real-world solutions, and more. 10lb. Please be respectful when making a comment and adhere to our Community Guidelines. Azaria herself suffered what would have been an unspeakable death from the dingo’s savage attack and her siblings, Aidan, Reagan and a baby sister Kahlia, who was born after Lindy was sent to jail, were also denied a life with the mother they needed. The existing Open Comments threads will continue to exist for those who do not subscribe to Independent Premium. Chamberlain … The coroner also paid tribute to the eight week-old's family, saying: "Please except my sincere sympathy on the death of your daughter and loved sister, Azaria." Azaria Chamberlains sister is trying to save our native dingoes. Ms Chamberlain said the deeply polarised views about dingoes – “there’s those who want to kill all the dingoes, and the ones that think they’re just the cutest, most cuddly, furry pet you could ever have” – have led her to realise there was an “in-between, and that I’m that in-between that says they can be deadly and they can be friendly”. Pictures: National Museum of Australia "You have not only suffered the loss of your beloved child in the most tragic circumstances, but you have all been subjected to months of innuendo, suspicion and probably the most malicious gossip issued in this country..."