Maruku Arts

Uluru, Kata Tjuta Classes, Lessons, Workshops and Talks

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Open Hours: Mon to Fri 7:30am–5:30pm & Sat to Sun 9am–5pm.

Based at Uluru, Maruku Arts provides authentic Anangu cultural experiences for individuals, groups and charters on public and private tours. We bring a touch of something unexpected, colorful and connected to you, while celebrating and combining stories of people and places.


With a gallery at the Cultural Centre in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park and multiple locations for tours, we offer an overall understanding of local Aboriginal culture through quality art & craft. It is the perfect opportunity to meet, understand the culture and purchase works from local artists, knowing that all proceeds go to Anangu.

Maruku Arts is a not-for-profit art & craft corporation 100% owned and controlled by Anangu for over 35 years. Initially founded by Anangu in response to a growing need for effective co-ordination of marketing and support services to Aboriginal craftspeople living within the Central Desert Lands. We provide a service to some 900 craftspeople living in communities and homelands. Items are sold through the Maruku Retail Gallery, our online store and wholesale to shops & galleries throughout the world and through prestige exhibitions.

Map & Directions

Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park, Yulara, Northern Territory 0872 Australia

Phone 0437 537 447
Mobile 0499 829 635

Cancellation Policy

Money back guarantee: It is very important to us that you are happy with your purchase. If not we will fully refund you for the value of the artwork minus the postage costs. You must notify us within 10 days of receiving the artwork if you are not fully satisfied. You need only to pay the cost of returning it to Maruku. The artwork must be returned in its original condition with all of its accompanying documentation for the guarantee to apply. Upon receipt of the artwork we will issue you the refund.

Artwork availability: Maruku works to ensure that all items for purchase on the website are available and correctly priced. Enquiries about artworks will be addressed as soon as possible to confirm availability.

Currency: All prices quoted are in Australian Dollars.

Duties and taxes: Maruku sells paintings to the public on behalf of the artist on a consignment basis; therefore paintings sold are Good and Services Tax (GST) exempt. All wood objects are purchased outright from artists and therefore are GST inclusive.

When shipping paintings overseas the purchaser is liable for any other duties or taxes payable specific to the country of import. Maruku is not responsible nor able to provide estimates for these charges. We recommend you contact your customs office for further information.

Insurance and delivery: Please clearly nominate a street address for delivery.

All artworks are posted using a chosen courier service and include insurance unless other delivery arrangements are made with Maruku.

Maruku has a mail service twice a week. Every effort is made to dispatch artworks as quickly as possible but specific delivery times cannot be guaranteed. Please keep in mind that you are purchasing something from a remote community. Delivery time for domestic postage is usually ten days after the item has been sent and international up to six weeks.

Payment methods: Maruku accepts debit/credit card payment by Visa MasterCard and Amex. Artworks are posted once payment has been confirmed.

Provenance: Maruku guarantees all work shown is authentic Aboriginal art. Every artwork is accompanied by a signed and dated Certificate of Authenticity which tells the ‘story’ relating to the artworks and some information about the artist.

Limitation of liability: Unless otherwise stated the artworks sold in accordance with these terms and conditions are sold without warranties or representations of any kind. To the maximum extent permitted by law the liability of Maruku Arts for the sale of any artwork shall be limited to the sale price of the artwork.

Copyright information: The information artwork text data or pictures (collectively “Materials”) contained on this site is subject to copyright. You may use the Materials for personal provided that you do not modify the Materials. You must include any copyright notice specifically pertaining to the Materials in all reproductions. You must acknowledge to source of the Materials as the Maruku website. Any other use reproduction or redistribution of the Materials is prohibited without the express written consent of Maruku Arts.


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