Located en-route to Litchfield National Park, the Coomalie Cultural Centre houses a diverse range of distinctive Australian indigenous artworks from across the Top End and Central Australia.
As you browse through the centre, see striking works on paperbark, paper, canvas, printed textiles, carvings, didjeridoos, fibre weavings, and occasionally, rare traditional ceremonial items or artifacts.
Discover the unique bush tucker garden and colourful mural surrounding the centre that was created by students from the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education. You can also purchase a piece of indigenous artwork or craft from the centre’s retail outlet. The centre is committed to nurturing new indigenous artists and promoting their works, and conducts artists’ residencies, exhibitions, as well as cultural projects, displays and performances.
The Coomalie Cultural Centre is situated at the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education Campus in Batchelor.