Uluru National Park (Ayers Rock) Shopping

  • Shirt Shop
    Shirt Shop
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  • Great selection of gifts and souvenirs
    Great selection of gifts and souvenirs
    by Gillybob
  • Shopping
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    Shirt Shop: Great souvenirs

    by Gillybob Written Aug 1, 2010

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    If you're looking to shop for souvenirs at the Ayers Rock Resort, then this is the shop for you!

    It offers a great selection of souvenirs and gifts from the area and at very reasonable prices.

    What to buy: Souvenirs, gifts, postcards, etc.

    What to pay: Some of the best prices at Ayers Rock Resort.

    Shirt Shop Great selection of gifts and souvenirs
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  • Cultural Center Ayers rock: Better manners from fat lady at info counter

    by KEJTBULL Written Aug 10, 2009

    Cultural center at Ayers Rock. Very pleasant place to visit and plenty of information for self learning. The Center is excellant.

    The fat lady behind the counter wasw the rudest person we had encountered the whole time we were in Alice and the Yulara Resort. My wife asked her for the reasons the climb was closed { we did not want to climb,but we saw climbers early that morning] and her turning her back on a potential customer and mumbleing in a not very helpful way " because it is " was eenough for us not to want to buy anything. Her manners were atrocious and needs a lot of training on dealing with the public,even if she didn't like the question.

    The day we were there was the 27th July2009.

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    • Seniors
    • Theme Park Trips
    • Desert

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    Cultural Centre: Uluru Walker's Certificate

    by pacific_sol Written Jul 23, 2007

    What to buy: Other people probably think this is corny and wouldn't waste their time, but there is an "Uluru Walker's Certificate" that you can purchase from the Cultural Centre as a small momento of your trip (it was less than $2 AUD if I remember correctly). It has a picture of both Uluru and Kata Tjuta, and you just fill in your name and check off the boxes for all the hikes you were able to do, and you can have a "witness" sign it. I actually had the driver of our Uluru Express shuttle sign it for me. It makes a good inexpensive souvenir and it's one that kids would probably like too. I have my certificate saved in my scrapbook.

    What to pay: Less than $2 AUD

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    Coke: Gas Station in Yulara

    by saw50st8 Written Sep 14, 2006

    What to buy: If you are a soda drinker, go to the gas station in Yulara where they sell it for $3.50 AUD for a 2 L bottle. Considering they sell smaller for more than that price in the various cafes, its well worth it(especially since our hotel room had a fridge).

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    Various: Shopping area at Ayers Rock Resort

    by MLW20 Written Jun 28, 2006

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    About a 10 minute walk from the resort (free shuttle ride), there is a small shopping area. It has a few souvenir stores, a restaurant or two and a supermarket. It is worth checking out.

    What to buy: Go to the supermarket to get drinks and snacks. The souvenir store had a better selection of things than the Outback Pioneer.

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    • National/State Park
    • Budget Travel

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    Craftworks: Aboriginal Art!

    by ATXtraveler Written Apr 2, 2006

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    One of the things you should really shop for while you are in Uluru is the Aboriginal art from real Aboriginal artists. There were several different shops within the resort, as well as plenty of other shops located at the cultural center in the National Park.

    There are pieces from 20 AUD up to 10,000AUD for purchase in these locations, depending on size and style.

    One of the locations is Craftworks which is located in the heart of the Ayers Rock Resort. There was some beautiful art here.

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  • Resort Shopping Centre: The "Town Centre"

    by xuessium Written Apr 2, 2005

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    Everything can be settled here - groceries (it's possibly the cheapest here), postal services, banking, day trips, souvenirs hunting and meals. This is effectively the centre of the town of Yulara.

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    • Backpacking
    • Budget Travel

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