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Top Choice Australian in Yulara

Bough House

This family-friendly, country-style place overlooks the pool at the Outback Pioneer. Intimate candlelit dining is strangely set in a barnlike dining room. Bough House specialises in native ingredients such as lemon …
Mediterranean in Yulara

Geckos Cafe

For great value, a warm atmosphere and tasty food head to this buzzing licensed cafe. The wood-fired pizzas, pastas, burgers and fish 'n' chips go well with a carafe of sangria, and the courtyard tables are a great …
Cultural Centre in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre

Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre is 1km before Uluru on the road from Yulara and should be your first stop. Displays and exhibits focus on tjukurpa (Aboriginal law, religion and custom) and the history and managemen…
Buffet in Yulara

White Gums

Hotel guests enjoy a big hot or cold buffet breakfast here.
in Yulara

Red Rock Burger Bar

This is the place to head for a no-fuss burger and chips on the run.
Art in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Maruku Arts

Owned by about 20 Anangu communities from across central Australia (including the local Mutitjulu community), selling hand-crafted wooden carvings, bowls and boomerangs.
Gallery in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Walkatjara Art Centre

A working art centre owned by the local Mutitjulu community.
Gifts & Souvenirs in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Ininti Cafe & Souvenirs

Sells souvenirs such as T-shirts, ceramics, hats, CDs and a variety of books on Uluru, Aboriginal culture, bush foods and the flora and fauna of the area. The attached cafe serves ice cream, pies and light meals.
Barbecue in Yulara

Outback Pioneer Barbecue

For a fun, casual night out, this lively tavern is the popular choice for everyone from backpackers to grey nomads. Choose between kangaroo skewers, prawns, veggie burgers, steaks and emu sausages, and grill them yo…
Gallery in Yulara

Mulgara Gallery

Wide range of quality, handmade Australian arts and crafts are displayed here, such as textiles, paintings, and crafty indigenous knick-knacks.