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Aboriginal Tourism - Indigenous Australia - NT Attractions
As the ‘First Australians’, the Indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia is a growing part of the tourism industry, with many tourists seeking to connect or have some interaction with the culture and the people.

Following is some information for Aboriginal attractions, history and culture in the Northern Territory. Additional information can be found throughout this site. Visit the Northern Territory travel section for more information for your destination.

We try to ensure the accuracy of all the information contained here.

If you are aware of any errors, please send us an email (Amendment) with the corrections.

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Aboriginal - Alice Springs Attractions

Aboriginal Art & Culture CentreAboriginal Australia Art Gallery
• 86 Todd St, ALICE SPRINGS NT 0871 • Ph: +61 8 8952 3408 • Email
Welcome to the Aboriginal Australia’s “Sacred Site” - 40,000 years of culture! This award winning centre established in 1973 is operated by the Layata Inkeme Trust on behalf of approx 100 featured Aboriginal artists. Artwork can be purchased online.
Ngurratjuta Iltja NtjarraMany Hands Art Centre
• 29 Wilkinson St, ALICE SPRINGS NT 0870 • Ph: +61 8 8951 1953 • Email
• Opening hours: 10 am to 4 pm, Mon to Fri / Artists painting on site 10am to 4pm, Mon to Thurs
The Ngurratjuta Art Centre was established in 2003 to provide a place for Western Arrarnte Artists to paint, learn new techniques and share ideas.

Many of Ngurratjuta's artists paint in their own homes located on remote communities.  The artists are always welcome to paint on site at the Art Centre and at any given time there are between five and twenty town-based artists painting on site.  The Art Centre is located a short distance from the centre of Alice Springs (approximately 15 minute walk) and is open to visitors.
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Aboriginal - Ali Curung Attractions

Ali Curung Council Association Inc
• Warrabri Aboriginal Land Trust, PMB Ali Curung via Alice Springs • Ph: 08 8964 1955 • Email
Our community is located 390 km north of Alice Springs and 170 km south of Tennant Creek. Check out our website to see what our community and council has to offer. Before visiting you need to obtain a permit from the Central Lands Council.
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Aboriginal - Ayers Rock / Uluru Attractions

Maruku Arts
• C.M.A. Ininti Store, AYERS ROCK NT 0872 • Ph: 08 8956 2153 • Email
The Maruku Arts centre was established in 1984 by and for Aboriginal people in response to a growing need for the effective co-ordination of marketing and support services to Aboriginal craftspeople living in the region. Located at the Mutitjulu Community within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Maruku operated as a regional centre providing a service to some 800 Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara and Ngaanyatjara craftspeople living in communities and homeland centres to the west, south and east of Uluru.

Maruku employs highly skilled staff who devote much of their time to travelling through the region liaising with craftspeople and buying their works. These works are then returned to the Maruku warehouse where they are documented and sold either locally through the Maruku retail outlet at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, wholesale to shops and galleries throughout Australia or through prestige exhibitions.

Maruku Arts is 100% Aboriginal owned co-operative. The centre at Uluru operates in the Mutitjulu homelands with the assistance of Mutitjulu Council. All income from sales is returned to the centre and utilised to continue the purchasing and marketing of crafts.
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Aboriginal - Darwin Attractions

Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery
• Cnr Mitchell and Knuckey Sts, DARWIN NT 0800 • Ph: 08 8981 1315 • Email
AFA is an Aboriginal owned Art Gallery that is strategically based in Darwin, promoting the art and culture of Australia’s indigenous people.
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