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Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is nestled in an amazing diverse and rich environment. The bird life, animals and plants abound and invite you to walk among them. To help you really understand the beauty of what you are seeing we can offer bush tucker and cultural tours weaving the traditions of our people and the history of this land into the landscapes of flora and fauna allowing you to experience our natural landscapes in a way that you will never forget. We do have to have a minimum numbers to run our tours so bring a group and enjoy. Listen to the story of how the Brolga learned to dance as you walk through the wetlands walkway, watch the flitting of birds that are almost extinct, taste the edible coastal plants and fruits, immerse yourself in the beauty, the history, the wildlife and the present.

Bring a picnic and sit in our peaceful surrounds, grabbing a great coffee and cake from the Bush Tucker Cafe or even shout the family to one of the delicious pies that our cafe prepares.  Browse the gallery and read the stories in our "Keeping Place".   If you a lucky someone might pick up a Yidaki and roll out a tune or you may be lucky enough to catch one of our regional artists painting on site.

School, Probus, Rotary, Bird watching and other groups can obtain special group packages designed to seek their specific needs and interests by our friendly and professional staff.  Maybe you would like to lean about the local Aboriginal culture, learn how to weave native grasses and have a delicious morning tea.  We offer a wide range of cultural activities and interests from bush tucker & medicine walks, traditional weaving, painting, boomerang painting and throwing, ceramics and dance, traditional healing and even dance and song.

Activity Date Age Cost
Bunarm Bologaman Wahl Bundjalung:
Launch of Murray Belford exhibition at Yarrawarra Centre
“DESIGN AND COLOUR IN MOTION”
Notice of AGM – 9 February 2013
Freedom Ride 2011 at Yarrawarra 23rd Feb
Parliament of NSW Aboriginal Art Prize
INAUGURAL SALTWATER FRESHWATER INDIGENOUS ART AWARD 9th July 2010
Mother’s Day Dinner Sunday May 10, 2010 all ages $40 per person
Cafe’s Biggest Morning Tea Sunday May 23, 2010 all ages $5
Current Workshops
Special Event – Naidoc Week July 4 to 11, 2010 Everyone welcome! Free Entry
Cultural Tours and Activities Regularly, but please book in advance Children welcome on most tours

from $16.50

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