About Us

We share and strengthen Aboriginal culture, and improve the lives

    and future of First Nations Australians, at Uluru and beyond

Our History

Managed by Maruku, a long-established, Aboriginal-owned charity at Uluru, the Uluru Foundation had its origins at the height of the 2020 pandemic.

Our Vision

Our vision is of a country where First Nations families and children connected to Uluru can thrive and participate fully and equally in the life of Australia.

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Latest News

Uluru Festival launch

21 April 2022: Today, we announce the launch of what is likely to become one of the major events in Australia’s national calendar: the Uluru Festival.

COVID health videos launch

As part of the Foundation’s core work, its media arm Anangu Media this week launched the first three in a series of health videos tailored for local, Aboriginal audiences

Uluru Foundation established

Under the auspices of Maruku (Anangu Uwankaraku Punu Aboriginal Corporation), and based in the Mutitjulu Community at the foot of Uluru, the Uluru Foundation has now been established, as a …