Indigenous art, already a feature throughout Ayers Rock Resort, has a new space with the opening of the Gallery of Central Australia.
The gallery includes about 80 artworks supporting existing and emerging artists exclusively from the Central Desert region.
Artworks will be displayed in the gallery along with curated items such as punu, a traditional Anangu wood carving and opens with two Warlukurlangu Artists in Residence, Elsie Napanangka Granites and Athena Nangala Granites,
The new gallery is in addition to the resort's wider program of Indigenous experiences such as dot painting and astronomy.
Returning to the resort for the seventh season is under-the-stars dinner Tali Wiru.
The intimate experience is for just 20 guests each night atop a sand dune overlooking Uluru and Kata Tjuta.
This year's menu includes Gulguk (green ant) gin and tonic; chilled Spencer Gulf prawns with finger lime caviar; Wagyu beef with paperbark smoked onion soubise and roasted almond and quandong gelato.
The five-hour experience, including hotel transfers costs $380 a person.