Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Internationally recognised as a World Heritage listed area for natural and cultural values, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a popular destination for student groups wanting to gain a deeper understanding of these great monoliths and the culture surrounding them. The park is jointly managed by the Australian government and Anangu traditional owners. Anangu welcome all visitors to learning about the living cultural landscape, including Tjukupa (law, creation stories, and beliefs), Pitjantjatjara (the local language), inma (tradtional song and dance), tools and weapons, bush tucker and more.
The park offers entry exemptions for schools groups and can offer educational guided workshops aligned to the Australian curriculum on request. Camping and accommodation is located at Yulara, just outside the park, and there are a number of other educational, fun and hands-on activities for students to engage in through Voyages at town square.  Uluru Camel Tours offers not only camel rides for groups, but also the opportunity to learn about our early history via the Australian Cameleers exhibition. SEIT outback Australia offers cultural immersion experiential learning programs and Uluru Aboriginal Tours and Maruku@Uluru offers some hands on experiences guided by the local Anangu.
Groups can fly in and out of Yulara making the travel to and from their home town much quicker.  

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