We walked in for some extra info about ayers/Uluru. I saw only lot of art, a video about the aboriginals people but not very much info regarding the rock. Airco is fine. The shop is very expensive! The cafe just fine
About Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
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Visiting this Cultural Centre is an informative way of understanding more about the aboriginal culture. The Centre is well laid out with clearly explained exhibits plus a loop film show providing more details about recent events that have led to the aboriginal people reclaiming their...More
Ministered and curated by the Anangu people, it offered the perspective often missing in other's narrative regarding the history and significance Uluru as much of Australia has for these original peoples. There is a gift shop as well as an art gallery. Often artists are...More
Well worth a visit. The displays are very comprehensive and there are informative movies to watch. Some very large and colourful art to see as well in the cool cultural centre. The cafe has wonderful food and coffee. The gift shop is well stocked too.
The centre is not very large, but is well done. We enjoyed taliking to a park ranger. We learned much about the Aboriginals. I was impressed with what they did, and have much more respect for their culture and heritage. A good place to visit.
A sensitive display concerning the indigenous people, what to photograph, what not to photograph, why not to climb the rock etc etc, and a video piece on when the land was returned to its rightful owners. You are a visitor. Respect that. Also, considering you...More
As a First Responder to Cardiac Arrests for many years, I was disappointed to see the only AED (Automated External Defibrillator), which is the only this that can be used to restart the heart after a sudden cardiac arrest), is locked behind a heavy door....More
Just a short stop here, not really long enough to read all the information. Lots of art, textiles and trinkets for sale. Would have been good to have Aboriginal craftspeople showing us how they do their painting etc.
Low key but great quality providing context for the visit to Uluru Well presented displays and artefacts. Great staff