Celebrating NAIDOC Week at Uluru

More than 300 visitors enjoyed activities from wooden craft demonstrations and dot painting, to spear throwing and story telling as part of our NAIDOC Week celebrations.

Everyone had a great time at our Cultural Centre, enjoying a barbecue lunch and inma, traditional dancing.

NAIDOC Week is the annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and an opportunity to recognise the contribution of Indigenous Australians.

Anangu, park staff and the businesses at the Cultural Centre worked together to produce this important annual event, recognising and celebrating Anangu culture and the significance of working together.

Kate, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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