Inma (ceremony) at Uluru
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is included on the UNESCO World Heritage List for both its natural and cultural values.
In 1994, UNESCO also recognised the park’s cultural landscape – the unique relationship between the natural environment and the belief system of Anangu, one of the oldest societies on earth.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is one of only a few dozen places in the world to have received a dual World Heritage listing (and one of only four in Australia).
Parks Australia has a responsibility to protect the park’s World Heritage values for the benefit of everyone. We work with Anangu to do this, using a combination of traditional knowledge and modern science to care for country.