Visitor-ready art centres & communities

Visit Tiwi Designs on Bathurst Island for an unforgettable experience

Visiting art centres is an extraordinary insight to the Indigenous art and craft creation process. There are many centres dotted around remote Australia ready to welcome you.

If you have your own transport it is possible to make arrangements to visit the following remote community art centres. See their websites for information about what is required to visit them. A list below. Alternatively, find a company that organises tours that include visits to art centres. They take care of transport, permits and also provide good insights to the cultural experience.

At Buku Larrnngay Mulka visitors can see a world class art centre and may also see the limited edition paper printing process

NB – before visiting any art centre or community located on Aboriginal Land it is necessary to apply for and receive a permit to visit from either the Northern Land Council or the Central Land Council.

During the dry season Tiwi Designs hosts visitors daily at their art centre on Bathurst Island

Also, many art centres ask that you contact them before visiting to ensure they are open. Art centres are sometimes closed due to ceremonial activity.

Injalak Arts – Gunbalanya (Oenpelli) NT

Keringke Arts –¬†Santa Teresa (Ltyentye Apurte) NT

Mangkaja Arts – Fitzroy Crossing WA)

Marrawuddi Gallery – Jabiru NT

Tiwi Designs – Nguiu NT

Warlukurlangu Artists – Yuendumu NT

Waringarri Arts – Kununurra WA

If you are an art centre that would like to be included in this listing – contact us.