We are updating our new website in stages. This page will be changed to the new design but is not currently optimised for mobile devices.
WARNING: Visitors should be aware that this website includes images and names of deceased people that may cause sadness or distress to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Ngurrangka-latju nyinarra tjamuku kaparliku ngurrangka. Tjukurrpa ngaparrku-ngaparrku nintira nyuntulu-yan kulira nintirrinytjaku. We are living in our grandfathers' and grandmothers' country. We are sharing our stories with you so that you can learn about them.
Eunice Yunurupa Porter
Introducing Warakurna, the place, and the Warakurna Artists community, where
people gather to make paintings, purnu (carved wood) and tjanpi (woven fibre).
Stories of the Seven Sisters Dreaming, living in the bush, first contact, conflict,
mission time, road making and rocket testing.
Stories of land rights, the homeland movement and going back to country.
Stories of miners, modern explorers, Midnight Oil, and scary incidents with white men.
Stories of contemporary life in Warakurna, including land management, health, football,
the Sydney Olympics, and the continuing tradition of making art.