Welcome to Yarrawarra in the homelands of the Garby Elders and the Gumbaynggirr people.
Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is surrounded by tranquil bushland, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife.Learn more »
“Gaagal Gurriin” offers contemporary Aboriginal cuisine including kangaroo, crocodile, emu, and native fruit, vegetables and herbs. The cafe serves breakfast, lunch and snacks as well as gourmet coffees, fresh juices, homemade cakes and native breads. “Gaagal Gurriin” also has a range of native teas, spices and jams available for purchase
The Wadjar Gallery opened in 1996 and is a cultural service of Yarrawarra Aboriginal Corporation supported by small grants from Australian Council for the Arts, Arts NSW, Industry & Investment NSW, Museums & Galleries NSW, Regional Arts and other funding bodies, we are mostly self funding . The Gallery aims to be a centre of excellence in Aboriginal visual arts for the residents of and visitors to the mid North coast and Northern Rivers region to promote access to and the understanding and development of the Gumbaynggirr culture and coastal Aboriginal visual arts. Gallery hours are 9am to 4.00pm, 5 days per week – Wednesday to Sunday.
The Gallery also has a wonderful range of locally produced gift lines including woven fish, ceramics, jewellery, cards and smaller artworks.
The Gallery manages a small collection of documented works.
A conference venue, accommodation centre and cultural centre. We cater to government organisations, schools, affiliation groups, universities and others who want a quiet venue to hold training or meetings within a cultural environment. We are steadily working to improve all facilities and services to ensure that the visitor has an enjoyable experience whether it is a drop in to the gallery or a stay at Nuralamee.