Brambuk

Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre is a unique and award winning design based on the open wings of the white Cockatoo - totem of the Grampians/Gariwerd region. Brambuk is committed to education, training and employment of Indigenous people and the preservation and promotion of culture. It is 100% owned and operated by Aboriginal People.

Address: 
Grampians Road, Halls Gap, VIC
Tel: 
0353564452
Hours: 
9am-5pm daily
Admission: 
Free
Facilities: 
Access for the disabled, toilets also for the disabled, baby change room, car and bus parking, picnic area, refreshments, sales outlet, guided tours, information brochure, room for hire, special membership, education, outreach, touring exhibitions
Collection: 
Aboriginal artefacts ranging in age from today to 40,000 years ago. Contemporary and traditional arts and craft, contemporary and traditional dance and stories.
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Items

Fish Trap

Woven Trap

Creator:
Shirley Edwards
Description:
Large 1.5 metres by 0.8 metres woven cane and graze fish trap.
Date:
2000
Item Id Number:
143

Condah Mission

Dance

Brambuk Dancers

Creator:
Elders
Description:
Traditional presentation through dance of Aboriginal cultural stories on creation, hunting, flora, fauna and family.
Date:
2000

Lake Condah, Ebenezar, Framlingham, Gariwerd, Grampians

Artefacts

Various Tools and Weapons

Creator:
Unknown
Description:
Beautifully fashioned implements from local timber and stone. Utensils and weapons from the past.
Date:
20-40,000 years
Item Id Number:
00114-128

Horsham, Heywood, Warrnambool, Gariwerd, Grampians, Wimmer

Theatre

Gariwer Dreaming Theatre

Creator:
Elders
Description:
Depicting the Aboriginal culture dreaming story on creation of this land, people and all things. Souns and light presentation with spectacular interpretation of history.
Date:
1999
Item Id Number:
104

Melbourne, Horsham, Wimmera, Grampians, Warrnambool

Art - Aboriginal

Various Art Works

Creator:
Various Artist
Description:
Excellent painting by indigenous artists from local and Australia wide locations. Both traditional and contemporary works in oils, watercolour, pastels and charcoal.
Item Id Number:
00150-191

Australia