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Anangu Uwankaraku Punu Aboriginal corporation

Po Box 510, Yulara, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
+61 8 8956 2153
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Nice place very close to the marvellous Ayers Rock, excellent introduction to the life and culture... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2017
michelplanque
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Paris, France
So much we need to learn.

Spent the morning enjoying the Ranger (Mala Walk) with Ranger Steve the 2 hour walk is a must to... read more

Reviewed 24 October 2017
Annette P
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Melbourne, Australia
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Po Box 510, Yulara, Northern Territory 0872, Australia
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+61 8 8956 2153
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Reviewed 2 December 2017

Nice place very close to the marvellous Ayers Rock, excellent introduction to the life and culture of the local people. Explanations are event written in French and Italian.. GREAT!

Thank michelplanque
Reviewed 24 October 2017

Spent the morning enjoying the Ranger (Mala Walk) with Ranger Steve the 2 hour walk is a must to fully learn and appreciate the rock and it's people. I enjoyed the stories and the places of significance which you may miss if you do it...More

Thank Annette P
Reviewed 23 August 2017

Spent a lot of time here and thoroughly enjoyed it. The ranger was very good and spent a lot of time with us. Makes you reflect on the owners of the land. Art works are beautiful.

Thank Shazza98
Reviewed 9 July 2017

A well thought of corporation which seems to have established Yulara and the education/information for around this resort and area, all whilst assisting the true owners of this beautiful red centre.

Thank Helen S
Reviewed 28 June 2017

understand the culture of the outback take some rocks sand home share your experance with the friends

Thank ray12031924
Reviewed 26 June 2017

I had looked forward to this cultural centre so that I could learn some more about the history and culture of the aborigine people. This place is so dated. In no way does it attempt to make the culture interesting. The displays looked as if...More

1  Thank John L
Reviewed 26 June 2017

I visited the Cultural Centre for a bite of lunch and to learn more about the Anangu People and the area. All the displays were exceptionally informative and so powerful. The artists in residence continued their work as you walked around and the gallery and...More

Thank Di C
Reviewed 29 May 2017

We visited this museum/gallery/cave and rock paintings site in the vicinity of Uluru-Ayers Rock. I'm glad we went before we went on to view the amazing Uluru landmark. We were given a talk and tour to acquaint us with the pre-historical Aboriginal art and culture...More

Thank VWriter
Reviewed 25 May 2017

The cultural information here really helps you get more out of the visit to Uluru itself - it becomes much more than just a stunning geological feature, and it makes you notice things beyond "the rock", you otherwise wouldn't. If you go here first, you'll...More

Thank jules747
Reviewed 17 April 2017

Great experience and a must when visiting this part of the world. Informative and emotional. Great aboriginal art available in the arts centre and you get to meet some of the aboriginal artists in action.

Thank locosfc
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