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Uluru–Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre
Uluru–Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre Review
The cultural center not only has information about the Anangu people and their culture, it also houses beautiful art for purchase. The Ininti Cafe (08/8956–2214) carries souvenirs and light food. The nearby Maruku Arts (08/8956–2558) is owned by Aborigines, and sells Aboriginal paintings and handicrafts. Canvases drape the walls at Walkatjara Art Centre (08/8956–2537), where stories of Anangu culture and heritage are told. The Cultural Centre itself is open daily 7–6 (information desk 8–5); Ininti Cafe is open daily 7–5; Maruku Arts is open daily 7:30–5:30; and Walkatjara art center is open daily 9–5.
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