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We went to the two of the free guest activities at the Wintjiri Arts + Museum. The bush food experience and capturing of the cosmos. The bush food experience showed us different types of native foods/ herbs. We could touch and smell the native herbs....More
We were looking for a particular art piece style that we could not find. They checked their offerings not on display and found what were looking to buy. We also made two additional purchases because of variety and helpful staff. Chloe and partner l unfortunately...More
Visited the museum and it was pretty good. Lots of fantastic information in there on Uluru and surrounds also on Yulara and how the Ayers Rock resort was established. Lots to read and look at. Also has a very nice souvenir shop and staff are...More
Leroy is amazing! Such a knowledgeable man to be guided by. Both tours are free and you learn so much about the flora and fauna as well as the anangu people of the land.
We loved every bit of the tours and would love to...More
Very educational about the Anangu, the park, and the geology of the area. Great exhibits of the Animals in the area. The biggest drawback is that NO photos were allowed. This is the case in most of the museum or educational areas in Uluru/ Kata...More
Great cultural museum with many paintings & local flora & funa together with life sized. stuffed animals of the area. Some free lectures were also held here. Painters were also on site at times & many paintings were for sale.
Since there is not that much to do in the resort itself, you will inevitably end up in the museum. Don't expect too much - it is literally one room for both the exhibition and shop. We initially wanted to join the tour that was...More