Aboriginal Experiences: Uluru & Surrounds


In Australia's Red Centre lies the incredible Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Home to many ancient wonders, this park is most iconic for the enormous monoliths it is named after. Immerse yourself in Aboriginal stories of this special place.

The Anangu people of the Uluru region have one of the oldest living cultures in the world, that dates back thousands of years. This culture of art, story and landscape is represented in Tjukurpa, the foundation of the Anagu way of life. This ancient knowledge is not written down but has been remembered and passed on through stories, songs, dances and rock arts for thousands of years.

Oysters Family at the beach Salad

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Maruku Arts

Uluru, NT

Maruku Arts operates specialised tours of Aboriginal art and culture at Uluru. Established in 1984, Maruku Arts is owned by the cultural custodians who occupy the Ngaanyatjarra, Pitjantjatjara & Yankunytjatjara Lands of Central Australia. With Uluru as the centre point, their homelands are as large as Sweden. This non-for-profit Aboriginal organisation celebrates the art and culture of the Anangu – Traditional owners of these lands/ Take part in the Aboriginal Cultural Workshop and try dot painting and pun-making with a local Anangu artist.

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Seit Outback Australia

Uluru, NT

SEIT Outback Australia will challenge you to be bold enough to wander far off the beaten track. A small group touring company, offering the opportunity to explore the depths of Central Australia. The Patji tour will take you out for a full day on a 4WD adventure out to the traditional homelands of the Uluru family including viewing sunset on a private sand dune overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta.

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Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia – Ayers Rock Resort

Uluru, NT

Ayers Rock Resort welcomes you to be immersed in the timeless landscape of one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders. Nestled behind sand dunes, the Resort is hidden from the rest of the national park. With over 65 tours, local activities, and attractions within the Resort and the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, you won't be short of an adventure. This spot is the perfect place to ground yourself for a few days at the campsite so you can experience all the different tours over a few days!

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