Travel information, Uluru & Surrounds, Northern Territory, Australia

Visitor information centres, Uluru & surrounds

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Uluru/Ayers Rock Visitor Information Centre, Northern Territory, Australia 

The Uluru region is blessed with world-famous rock formations and a rich indigenous culture. Get to the heart of the action and spend some time with the friendly staff at the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre.

Information nation

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre is a great place to start your Uluru adventure. All the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park information services are housed within this award-winning centre. Get this inside knowledge on local activities, walks, guided tours and Aboriginal art demonstrations.

History beckons

Enrich your stay and learn from Anangu locals about their ancient and vibrant culture. Displays and videos at the cultural centre offer deep insight into the ancient history of the area and exhibits of local artworks are a must see.

Me and you and Anangu

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is jointly managed by Anangu (traditional owners) and Parks Australia. For access permits, maps of the area and visitor information contact Parks Australia.

Cultural Centre opening hours
7am - 6pm daily
Information Desk opening hours
8am - 12 noon and 1pm - 5pm daily
Free entry

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