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Aboriginal Art & Culture at Uluru

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Aboriginal Art & Culture at Uluru

Hi. With 48 hours in Uluru I’m wondering best way to see rock paintings and learn some stories and about aboriginal lifestyle, spirituality, etc. I saw a couple tours, which I assume is the best choice in general. I saw an Aboriginal Homelands Experience and a Cavle Ill Aboriginal Cultural Experience on this site. Any others to consider? Thank you!

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1. Re: Aboriginal Art & Culture at Uluru

The homelands tour is run by a good operator and the traditional owner and his family involved take you to their homelands. If you can get on that its definitely worthwhile. Cave Hill is a bit further away but also has a good reputation. You should also ensure you do the 'Mala Walk' with a ranger and visit the Cultural Centre

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