The Tjutjuna (Ceduna) Aboriginal Arts and Cultural Centre has a wide range of Aboriginal art, including original paintings, quality didgeridoos, boomerangs, and genuine Aboriginal and non Aboriginal gifts.
Opening in 2001, the centre provides new skills workshops, training, materials, a working environment and facilities for the production of Indigenous visual arts. It is also an important venue for the promotion and selling of individual artists work. Eyre Futures work in collaboration with the Ceduna Aboriginal Corporation to provide training in food and hospitality for young aboriginal youth at Bernadettes Cafe in the outdoor space.
The centre has given Indigenous artists as far as Oak Valley, Maralinga, Yalata, Koonibba and Ceduna somewhere to display and sell their art works creating additional indirect flow-ons into the Aboriginal communities.
At the Language Centre you can enjoy and experience the local Indigenous Languages. Visitors can hear the spoken Wirangu and Kookatha Language on CD. The Language Centre is a vital resource for preserving and reviving the endangered languages of the Wirangu, Kookatha and Mirning people of the Far West Coast of South Australia.
- Arts studio and retail space
- Framing Centre
- Pottery Centre
- Interactive Language Centre
- Bernadettes Cafe
- Conference/Convention Facilities
- Shaded Area
- Sheltered Area
- Access With Assistance for the Disabled
- Car park
- Coach Parking
- Telephone for the Disabled
- Toilet facilities for the Disabled
- First aid equipment
Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
Images: Artwork by artists John Frost, Natalie Austin, Sheree Jones, Collette Gray and Peter Bertani.
Paintings presented on this site are Original Aboriginal Artworks by Aboriginal Artists. Copyright for all artwork remains with the artist who produced that work and Ceduna Aboriginal & Culture Centre. Unauthorised reproduction and or use of images on this site is strictly prohibited and cannot be used without the express permission of the copyright owner. Please contact the Centre for more information.