The Jalumbo Keeping Place houses a cultural collection representing over 6,000 years of Aboriginal life on the mid-north coast of New South Wales. The collection was created through the Jalumbo Cultural Heritage Research Unit which was established by the Yarrawarra Aboriginal Corporation and the Garby Elders in 2001 to conduct cultural research and training, providing advice to local land managers on both Public and private land, and Marine Parks. Jalumbo also conducted cultural heritage surveys, oral history recordings, archive research and produced public interpretations such as books, reports and signage.

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Gumbaynggirr Language Introduction Gumbaynggirr Language Introduction (85 KB)

Jalumbo has worked closely with other organisations in the creation of the Arrawarra Sharing Culture website.  Jalumbo has also helped create fact sheets in regards to The Arrawarra Fish Traps. The fact sheets can be downloaded here.

Jalumbo also worked closely with ABC’s Message Stick when they produced the documentary The Waters of the Arrawarra.

Jalumbo has also released a press release in regards to the Gugumbal Interactive Indigenous Tourism Planning Project.

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