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Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

1,023 Reviews
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Uluru Field of Light Sunrise Tour

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Acclaimed artist Bruce Munro was so inspired by Ayers Rock (Uluru) that he created the Field of Light, an illuminated installation that channels the spiritual energy Munro felt during a visit the Australia’s Red Desert. Observe the radiant display and watch a magical sunrise at Ayers Rock (Uluru) on this tour, which includes hotel pickup and drop-off. As you watch the sun rise majestically over the iconic Australian landmark, you’ll enjoy tea and coffee in the observation area and listen to commentary from your guide.
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David B wrote a review Aug 2020
Bruce, Australia701 contributions145 helpful votes
I think in ordinary times there is an entry fee. At the moment it is free. You get a three day pass at the gate. Ayers Rock is awesome. Sadly the climb has been closed but it is still amazing from ground level. It pays to drive around anticlockwise so the passenger can take photos out the window. You need a big memory card. The Olgas are like a beautiful woman. Best seen from a distance. From afar they look quite imposing but as you get nearer they seem to lose their majesty.
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Date of experience: August 2020
Swordfish8086 wrote a review May 2020
Los Angeles, California156 contributions31 helpful votes
Stopped here before climbing Uluru Kata-junta. They have bathrooms, a huge gift shop, snack bar, and a short movie on a loop that gives great information.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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John R wrote a review May 2020
Shardlow, United Kingdom112 contributions34 helpful votes
Interesting detail, regarding people, climate, terrain and animals of the region. Some good artwork of the region available in the shop and gallery.
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Date of experience: February 2020
NitroFastHarry wrote a review Apr 2020
262 contributions61 helpful votes
There is a cafe, museum, gallery, art store. There is a National Parks office with maps and advice etc. You will find toilets, seating, parking, and shade. You can book tours, buy art, buy souvenirs, hire a bike. You will get friendly assistance should you need it. The cultural center is a good place to start (and finish) a loop of Uluru base track.
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Date of experience: June 2019
KarenM1_10 wrote a review Apr 2020
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan691 contributions163 helpful votes
The Centre is located near Ayers Rock. The building is large and built from the locally made mud bricks. The Centre showcases the culture and history of the Anangu, who are the traditional owners of the land. There are exhibits and presentations throughout the day. They sell a Visitor’s Guide that is definitely worth the cost and provides good information on Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Parks. There is a café and souvenir shop here as well.
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Date of experience: January 2020