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There are so many different items on display, you really need a bit of time to view it all. We initially purchased a few small items on the Friday and went back on the Monday to buy more.
We met one of the artists who...More
It is so easy to see Australian aboriginal style represented in tourist tat - but if you want to see some original work this is worth a visit. It looks and feels right. The artist was on site and full of conversation.
It is not...More
Rather compact display, however it is filled with colour. From displays of paintings to potential options for gifts where a percentage of the sale goes to the artists. Each item had its own story The sales person spent time explaining the operations at the centre....More
The shop is run by one of the artists and even though the prices might appear slightly higher than in some other galleries you know the money goes straight back to the community. Every image/painting come with a little bio of the artist and it's...More
Visited here and was very impressed with the standard of art work that was on display. The young man that was there was very attentive and took time to explain some of the pieces. He gave us a copy of the biography of the artist...More
We bought a didgeridoo here. Included with shipping - but - remind yourself that you will have to pay double tax if you pay tax here and don't declare it when leaving Australia since with the shipping they add tax again...
This gallery has a wide range of Indigenous art and artefacts along with explanations of the various symbols in the artworks. All artwork comes with details about the artist and the community so you know that you have a genuine Indigenous artwork.