Dot Painting Experience

1.5 Hours
Uluru, Northern Territory
Art Workshop
Year Round
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Join our fun and organic dot painting workshop that runs twice daily in the township of Yulara, Uluru in the Northern Territory. You will be taught by a local Anangu artist and an assisting interpreter. You’ll learn about traditional art, symbols, tools, our language and more. Get inspired by the ancient ways of the desert and create your very own work of art to treasure.


Yulara, Central Australia, Northern Territory.

What to expect

For thousands of years, Anangu have passed down their knowledge generation to generation, to keep the land, their culture and their people strong.

Through our workshops our artists would like to share a part of their culture with you, so you can learn something, create something and show your family.

The workshop does not enable you to do dot painting on a professional level, but is an experience to understand Aboriginal paintings and culture better.

Our dot painting workshop runs for an hour and a half guided by a local Anangu artist and interpreter. You will learn about ancient symbols used in Anangu art and teachings.

You will be taught some introductory Pitjantjatjara words, the local language spoken by Anangu.

Through an introduction to Anangu tools, you will get a sense of traditional and contemporary life.

You will get to create, keep and share your own story, applying your new knowledge.

What is included

This is a 90 minute experience that runs twice daily throughout the year.

Workshop Schedule:

April - September 11:30am and 2:00pm

October - March 10:30am and 1:30pm

Please note we require a minimum of 5 people to book for the workshop to go ahead.

To check availability and current pricing click the Book Now button.

Please note children must be accompanied by one paying adult.

Meeting point

Yulara town square near Kulata Café – outdoors, under a shelter.

What to bring

  • Clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. We use acrylic paints that can be really tough to come out if any accidents occur.
  • A water bottle to keep you hydrated.
  • A hat and sunscreen.
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