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Baluk Arts - Indigenous Artists of South East Melbourne

Baluk Arts is a collective of urban Aboriginal artists from Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, and South East Melbourne. The artists deliver a successful workshop program, quality exhibitions and artist services.

  • Phone:
  • 03 5975 5000
  • Address:
  • 6 Bruce Street OR PO Box 1251
    Mornington Vic 3931
    Vic 3931
  • Website:
  • www.balukarts.org.au

Blak Dot Gallery

Blak Dot Gallery is a contemporary Indigenous run arts space that showcases artworks of world Indigenous cultures. Our primary focus is to highlight the diversity of our artists and new mediums. Blak Dot is a firm supporter of emerging artists.

  • Phone:
  • Address:
  • 21 Saxon Street
    Brunswick East
    Vic 3056
  • Website:
  • blakdot.com.au

Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre

Brambuk The National Park & Cultural Centre at Halls Gap in the Grampians/Gariwerd National Park is a unique centre where you can learn about the culture of the Koori communities of south-west Victoria. You can reflect on the past, consider the present and look to the future as you experience traditional cultural activities.

  • Phone:
  • 03 5361 4000
  • Address:
  • 277 Grampians Road
    Halls Gap
    Vic 3381
  • Website:
  • www.brambuk.com.au

KAIELA Arts

Kaiela Arts is an Aboriginal art centre located in Shepparton. We provide an important space for artists and the community to connect with art and culture. Our work drives important outcomes for both our artists and the broader Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community. https://www.facebook.com/GalleryKaielaIncorporated

  • Phone:
  • 03 5821 9842
  • Address:
  • 137-139 High st
    Shepparton
    Vic 3632
  • Website:
  • kaielaarts.org.au

Koorie Heritage Trust Cultural Centre

At the Koorie Heritage Trust, you will find the only public collection dedicated to Koorie art and culture including an Oral History collection and Reference Library; a cultural education service that includes guided walking tours, training and programs developed specifically for schools and educators; an annual exhibition program showcasing Victorian Aboriginal visual art and artists with associated public programs including workshops; a Koorie Family History Service; and a retail shop dedicated to showcasing the uniqueness of Victorian Aboriginal art and design. The Trust also has for hire function rooms.

Krowathunkooloong Keeping Place

Krowathunkooloong Keeping Place houses a collection of arts/crafts and cultural materials relating to the Gunai/Kurnai people of Gippsland.

Narana Creations

Narana Creations is situated in Geelong, one hour from Melbourne. Narana can be included in the Great Ocean Road tour, and is a significant attraction in this area. The inviting gallery and retail area display a wide range of Aboriginal arts and crafts, and Narana staff are happy to share their extensive knowledge of Aboriginal history and culture.

Visitors can hear a didgeridoo performance, learn boomerang throwing and wander through extensive native gardens. Narana is included in the Victorian Tourism Hall of Fame and provides a high quality Indigenous tourism experience.

  • Phone:
  • 03 5241 5700
  • Address:
  • 410 Torquay Road
    Grovedale
    Vic 3216
  • Website:
  • www.narana.com.au

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