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Welcome to Yarrawarra in the homelands of the Garby Elders and the Gumbaynggirr people. Yarrawarra is located at Corindi Beach, midway between Coffs Harbour and Grafton on the Mid North Coast. Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre is surrounded by tranquil bushland, pristine beaches and abundant wildlife. Yarrawarra is home to a bush tucker cafe, a Regional Aboriginal gallery, and a functions centre that includes hostel style accommodation for up to 70 people.

Download the Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre Brochure PDF here

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PLEASE NOTE:   The Gallery will be CLOSED  

Sunday 21st January 2018  (due to refurbishment)

and Australia Day 26th January 2018 - CLOSED 


Feature Artist in Residence

Dee Murphy - Fibre Artist 

With the summer months bringing on  an abundant supply of native grasses 
we are pleased to announce our Artist in residence for the month of January is
Dee Murphy a fabulous Fibre Artist! Using native grasses and fibres, natural dyes Dee 
weaves all sorts of wonderful and intricate baskets and decorative items. 


Dee will be Weaving and conducting Workshops daily here at Wadjar Gallery.  

Tuesday - Friday 
(Weekends by appointment)
10.30 am  - 2.30 pm 
ALL of January 2018

 Wadjar Gallery / Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre
69 Red Rock Road Corindi Beach


Information and Workshop Bookings:   Phone 02 6640 7104

Approximate cost from $22.00 per hour - native weaving materials supplied
  



                                 


YARRAWARRA ABORIGINAL CULTURAL CENTRE

Wadjar Regional Indigenous Gallery 

New Exhibition "BIRRIIMBA"

1 December 2017   - 19 January 2018  (NEW EXHIBITION Coming 3rd FEBRUARY)

Featuring works of nine Aboriginal women


And EMBRACING NATURE - Art created by Aboriginal Students from 4 local Primary Schools
 



"THE CAFE" at YARRAWARRA 

NOW OPEN

Every Day - Monday to Sunday -  10 am -  2 pm


and   Bush Tucker Dinners Thursday Evenings-  6 pm - 9 pm

3 Course meal - BYO -  Children meals available


Bill (Nulla-Muthubudoo)Speedy and partner Judith Russell have moved to Corindi Beach from Dimboola Victoria to take on the bush tucker cafe at Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Bill is a Gwamu man from Bollon near Cunnamulla in  SouthWest Queensland.

Bill and Judith are passionate about promoting native foods.  "We are trying to create a menu that is sugar free and promotes the health benefits of eating native products with a focus on ethical native meats such as kangaroo & emu."  We believe that too many of our people suffer from Sugar Diabetes as there is far too much sugar present in our everyday foods.

Bush Tucker PlatterWHAT'S ON THE MENU?

  • Smoked Kangaroo salad
  • Kangaroo Burger
  • Pumpkin & native thyme soup
  • Bush Tucker Pies including Pepperberry Roo Lemon Myrtle Corcodile and quandong (native peach)
  • Lemon myrtle or wattle seed muffins
  • Bush Tucker platter (Selection of Crocodile/Emu/Kangaroo & native Dukkah)
  • Great Coffee and assorted native teas 

They are ambassadors for Outback Pride and use their products in "The Cafe".  Outback Pride supports approximately 3000 Indigenous people in farming and cultivation of native foods.

Bookings & enquiries contact Bill & Judith  
Phone:  0413 062 068
  02 6640 7105


Cafe Menu at Yarrawarra Cafe Menu at Yarrawarra (211 KB)

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