Warradjan Cultural Centre
The Aboriginal traditional land owners (Bininj) of Kakadu National Park have wanted to tell the story about their culture for a long time. Through the displays and exhibitions at the Warradjan Cultural Centre you can gain an understanding of the Bininj and their country.
The people from Murumburr, Mirrar Gun-djeihmi, Badmardi, Bunitj, Girrimbitjba, Manilakarr, Wargol and other clans have combined to create an exciting and memorable exhibit. The exhibit touches on hunting techniques by the clans over different seasons, the recent history of the park, blood lines and marriage rights, tribal elder stories and the effects of white settlement in the Top End.
After you have journeyed through the display and explored the many facets of Bininj Culture, you can browse through a gallery of arts and crafts from Kakadu, Arnhem Land and Katherine regions, displayed for sale. The majority of artworks at Warradjan Cultural Centre are produced by local artists of this country.
Warradjan Cultural Centre is open from 9AM to 5PM daily and is located 1 kilometre from Gagudju Lodge Cooinda and Yellow Water Billabong.
- The Centre is shaped like a pig-nosed turtle
- Open – daily 9 am-5 pm (including public holidays) / During the wet season Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre will close at 3 pm. (Oct – Apr)
- Free entry