Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Anangu and park staff lead these thought-provoking presentations every weekday morning.

  • Want to know how Anangu have lived in this harsh desert environment for more than 30,000 years?
  • Keen to learn about bush tucker and traditional men’s and women’s tools?
  • Curious about the role that traditional Anangu knowledge plays in managing the park today?

The Cultural Centre hosts free presentations every weekday. The topic varies from day to day and there is no need to book – just head to the information desk at 10.00 am.

Presentations run for 30–60 minutes depending on the topic.

We often have extra presentations, performances and activities during school holidays, NAIDOC Week and at other important times of year. Ask at the information desk to find out what’s happening during your visit.


10.00 am weekdays

Meet at

Cultural Centre

Time required

1 hour