Parks Australia

Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

uluru sunrise, performing Inma

Managing our park

Handing back uluru - Kata Tjuta to the traditional owners

The hand back of Uluru-Kata Tjuta to the traditional owners Image: Australian Overseas Information Service

Joint management at uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

video: Joint management

Working together at uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

video: Working together

Now we are living together, white people and black people. We are working together, white and black, equal. Everything at Uluru still runs according to our Law. All the rangers wear badges carrying the image of Uluru. That is as it should be. | Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

Anangu land management kept the country healthy for many generations. A lot of damage has been done since piranpa (non-Aboriginal) people arrived.

Today, we work together with park rangers and scientists to look after the land, plants and animals according to traditional law. We train the piranpa rangers in traditional land management. Piranpa rangers bring scientific knowledge to the park. Young Anangu are training to be rangers. They are studying science as well as learning from the old men and women.

Cultural Site Management System

History and development | System design | Copyright | Contacts

Management Programs

Fire management | Mala reintroduction project | Introduced species

Tourism plan

Tourism Directions: Stage 1 represents a turning point for tourism in the park. It shows that we Anangu are developing pathways for our children to have a strong future. And above all, it demonstrates that Tjukurpa will be heard in all aspects of tourism and that our culture will be promoted to the next generation visiting our country. Find out more