Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre a significant attraction on Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, offering free visitor’s programs.
Narana seeks to build understanding of Aboriginal history and culture in a welcoming, friendly and relaxed atmosphere, through personal interaction with groups and individuals from all community backgrounds.
Nestled amongst native trees, walkways, gardens and the resident emus and wallabies, is the cultural display and performance building, Art Gallery, Café Narana and retail outlet.
Cultural Education programs are delivered by expert staff who will fill your mind with the wonders of Australia’s Indigenous culture, connection to the land, spirituality, laws, cultural designs, Dreaming stories. You can even learn to throw a boomerang.
Narana’s Art Gallery exhibits an extensive artwork collection from internationally acclaimed and emerging Indigenous artists from across Australia, with artworks to suit all budgets.
Café Narana offers an extensive menu including all day breakfast and lunch featuring dishes inspired by indigenous ingredients.
Narana’s retail outlet features handmade Indigenous items including, didgeridoos, boomerangs, cultural artefacts, clothing, homewares, health and beauty products, bush herbs, spices and souvenirs.
With plenty of parking, lots of open spaces and an adventure playground for the kids, guests are welcomed to immerse themselves in the Narana experience first-hand.
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