Gathering Place at Yarrawarra
Canoe found in the clay banks of Pipeclay Lake in Corindi Beach
We have 6 annual Exhibitions showcasing the extraordinary talents of our Regional Artistsi
Exhibition openings offer an exclusive first glimpse at our works plus nibbles and refreshments prov
Our Monthly Weaving Circle has brought together women from all over the region to explore basketry!
The front of our gallery is a mural made by very talented local artists
We are so grateful to have this place where we can practice arts and share our culture
Lunch on the big verandah with Gumbaynggirr Artists
Dance Workshop with Jeremy MUDJAI Devitt

Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Yarrawarra is situated in the homelands of the Garby Elders and the Gumbaynggirr people. Surrounded by tranquil bushland, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife. The Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre boasts a first-rate Bush Tucker Cafe, an exceptional Indigenous art gallery, cultural programs, accommodation and a conference centre. Special events include Aboriginal art classes, Gumbaynggirr history and story sessions, dance and music classes, clay modelling, traditional basket weaving, and tours of Aboriginal sites.

The gallery features a keeping place with a variety of Indigenous artefacts and historical treasures, as well as an extensive display of regionally produced traditional and contemporary arts and crafts, books, CDs and giftware.

    • Shop / Gift Shop
    • Carpark
    • Cafe
    • Family Friendly
    • Enquiry Desk
    • Food and Refreshments
    • Picnic Area
    • Public Toilet
    • Coach Parking
    • Conference/Convention Facilities
    • Electric Vehicle Charging Point
    • Gallery / Museum
    • Lawn / Gardens
    • Parents Room
    • Pet Friendly - Enquire

Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre has an outstanding collection of archaeological items, tracking nearly 4,000 years of north-east Gumbaynggirr history. 

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