Open 7.00 am - 6.00 pm
Open 8.00 am - 5.00 pm
08 8956 1128
Culture presentations 10.00 am weekdays
Ranger-guided Mala Walk
leave 8.00 am weekdays from the Mala carpark
Winter plant walks
leave at 3.15 pm
Entry is free
Kanyangatja mulapa wali nganampa - Anangu marutju takum, Anangu uwankaraku | This building truly represents us Anangu people, it is for all people to visit.
Start your trip at the Cultural Centre and our friendly staff will tell you about all the experiences Uluru has to offer. Pick up your visitor guide here and find out more about Uluru and Anangu through our many interesting displays.
The Cultural Centre will introduce you to the foundation of our culture - Tjukurpa. Tjukurpa is traditional law that guides Anangu daily life.
You’ll enter the Cultural Centre through the Tjukurpa tunnel, and find out how the buildings are constructed to represent two important ancestral beings - Kuniya, the woma python woman, and Liru, the poisonous snake man.
We carry our culture through stories which are handed down through generations from grandparents to grandchildren. Some of these stories - the Kuniya, Liru, the Mala and the story of Lungkata are told in the Tjukurpa tunnel.
We also tell these stories through Inma. Inma is the Pitjantjatjara for ‘ceremony’ and usually includes dance and song. At the Cultural Centre you’ll be able to witness a ceremony up close - as if you were actually there.
You’ll also find lots about our natural environment - our plants and animals and how Uluru was formed.
There are lots of other facilities at the Cultural Centre - toilets, picnic areas and gas barbecues. You can buy local artworks, souvenirs, snacks and drinks from stores managed by members of our local Mutitjulu community.
Uluru Aboriginal Tours
Uluru Aboriginal Tours is an Anangu owned and operated guide company. UAT has private, family, group, media and corporate touring options.
Reservations 0447 878 851 | uluruaboriginaltours.com.au
Ininti Cafe and Souvenirs
Enjoy light refreshments or a main meal with a magnificent view of Uluru. Ininti offers a selection of souvenir gifts, books, videos and clothing. It is recommended groups book in advance to avoid delays.
Open 7:00 am - 5:00 pm (closed Christmas, New Years Day and June 30) | Phone 08 8956 2214 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Displaying traditionally crafted punu (wooden) tools and artifacts, paintings, jewellery, pottery and other crafts from Anangu artists in the Central Western Desert region.
Open 7:30 am - 5:30 pm | Phone 08 8956 2558 | maruku.com.au
Walkatjara Art Uluru
Walkatjara is owned and managed by local Anangu people from the community closest to the rock - Mutitjulu. Quality artworks made by local Mutitjulu artists.
Open 7:00 am - 5:30 pm | Phone 08 8956 2537 | desart.com.au