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Situated near the 3 sisters at the Blue Mountains

Situated near the 3 sisters at the Blue Mountains

The Waradah Aboriginal Centre is a landmark place that showcases the extraordinary talents and proud celebration of Aboriginal Indigenous culture, art and dance. Located adjacent to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park this is the ideal location for local and worldwide visitors to experience authentic song and dance performances, dreamtime stories and quality authentic artworks and crafts. Location The Lookout 33-37 Echo Point Road Katoomba — located between the road and the Jamison Valley about 50 metres from the Echo Point Visitors...

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Live Performances

Live Performances

Our Award -Winning performances happen regularly throughout the day. Audience members will learn about different Aboriginal tribes; experience smoking ceremony; discover the dreamtime story behind the creation of the Didgeridoo; and witness Corroboree (song and dance) as performed by Aboriginal dancers in traditional paint and costume. Two projectors translate the performance onto 2x3mtr walls in ten languages, whilst a third projector casts videos relating to the stories and dances onto a 5x6mtr wall for an added interactive audience experience. See our key performers Waradah Aboriginal...

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Aboriginal Gallery

Aboriginal Gallery

Whether a sophisticated art collector seeking large investment pieces or an enthusiast wanting smaller affordable works,  our gallery provides a large collection of contemporary and traditional Aboriginal artwork from the Central and Western Desert areas; including Papunya, Yuendumu, St Teresa and Utopia. Catering to the local and overseas clientele, our aim at Waradah is to honour, promote and foster Aboriginal culture. Certificate of Authenticity and Documentation When you buy a painting from Waradah Aboriginal Centre we provide Certificate of Authenticity signed by our Gallery manager,...

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