Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre

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Located Near Cooinda in the Yellow Water region, Warradjan is a must-see.

Warradjan Aboriginal Cultural Centre, Kakadu National Park

The circular design of this cultural centre represents a Warradjan (pig-nosed turtle). The centre’s large display, developed by Kakadu’s Aboriginal owners, provides detailed information about Aboriginal culture in Kakadu. There is also a video room and a gallery that sells arts and crafts, books, cards and light refreshments.

Open 10.00 am – 3.00 pm – November to 25 March // Open 9.00 am – 5.00 pm 26 March to October.

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FACILITIES FOUND HERE

  • Carpark
  • Public Toilet

ADDRESS:

Two kilometres from Cooinda Lodge Kakadu Kakadu National Park, Cooinda Kakadu Area Northern Territory Australia 0886
Northern Territory