See regional Aboriginal art and craft and enjoy comprehensive services from a gallery that prides itself on showcasing good practice in the fine arts.

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See regional Aboriginal art and craft at Marrawuddi Gallery. A wholly indigenous-owned enterprise operated by Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation, the gallery sells a large variety of arts and craft from the Kakadu region, including paintings (on paper, canvas and bark), woodwork (carvings), fibre work, books, homewares and more.

Marrawuddi is located at in the Bowali Visitors Centre at Kakadu National Park and prides itself on its good practice in the fine arts. They consult, curate and freight, providing a comprehensive service to the artist, collector, galleries and visitor clientele. Marrawuddi promotes not just the artists residing within Kakadu but also those of Western Arnhem Land and ANKAAA member Art Centres of the Top End.

Opening times:
Open everyday from 09:00 to 16:00
Entry cost:
Free entry
  • Shopping
  • Car park
  • Coach Parking
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Australian Tourism Accreditation Program

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