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The ideal place to begin exploring the Kata Tjuta National Park is the Cultural Centre. The experience begins as you enter through the Tjukurpa tunnel and are welcomed by the Anangu people who introduce you to their culture through traditional stories and performances.
The Cultural Centre also has several displays of local art, craft and history. The staff is helpful and will provide you with all the necessary information. You can also learn a lot about the natural environment of the park and its flora and fauna. Visitors can also view the various artworks, participate in scheduled workshops and meet local artists.
There is a shaded picnic area with gas barbecues where visitors can enjoy a scrumptious meal. The Ininti Cafe also offers light refreshments and sells a host of souvenirs, artwork, books and clothing.
Begin your Kata Tjuta National Park exploration with the help of Cultural Centre tickets that will take you through a varied display of arts and crafts complete with information. Tickets for the Cultural Centre and info on the Cultural Centre ticket prices can be found under the tours & tickets section. Buy tickets for the Cultural Centre from this section and be satisfied with the explanatory tour that will make the Cultural Centre ticket cost worth it.
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