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Waralungku Arts - Borroloola

Waralungku Arts (pronounced Wharr Ral Loonghu) is an indigenous art centre located in the remote town of Borroloola.

NT. It is not-for-profit, and fully owned and governed by Aboriginal peoples of the region. Waralungku Arts represents artists the from four main language groups – Yanyuwa, Garrawa, Marra and Gurdanji.

Waralungku artists are producing vibrant contemporary work which reflects history and tradition, but also speaks of current issues and concerns for Aboriginal people of today. The leading Borroloola artists explore a range of themes in their work including the life and the history of the community, wider political views and environmental concerns and also (very often) simply the distinctive beauty of the surrounding landscape.

Waralungku Arts ensures Fair Trade practices for all their artists – you can be assured that you are making an ethical purchase in buying directly from the art centre. Seventy percent of the purchase price goes directly the artist, whilst the remaining thirty percent is used to support art centre operations.

Waralungku Artists work in a wide range of mediums – contemporary painting, printmaking, sculpture, jewellery and traditional craft items.

  • Information

    Opening times

    • Monday:
    • Tuesday:
    • Wednesday:
    • Thursday:
    • Friday:
    • Saturday:

    Entry cost

    Free entry

    Facilities

    • Carpark
    • Coach Parking
    • Family Friendly
    • Gallery / Museum
    • Public Toilet
    • Shop / Gift Shop

    Accessibility

    Caters for people with sufficient mobility to climb a few steps but who would benefit from fixtures to aid balance. (This includes people using walking frames and mobility aids) Caters for people who use a wheelchair.

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