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Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place

Stop by this not-for-profit centre to experience Aboriginal art and culture important to the local Armidale community.
By Olivia Gee
May 30, 2022
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By Olivia Gee
May 30, 2022
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The Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place in Armidale has two galleries featuring art and crafts from local and regional Indigenous creators, as well as a cosy cafe and gift shop.

The centre is home to a permanent collection of donated artworks, a history section detailing the work of the centre and an archaeological room displaying a significant collection of wooden and stone artefacts.

Tours through each collection can be organised so you can be given a more in-depth insight into the people, places and stories behind the items on display. And if you get in touch ahead of time, the centre can also organise workshops on Indigenous painting and cooking plus bush tucker walks.

If you want to have a deeper, richer connection to the the history and culture of First Nations people, carve out time for a visit to the Aboriginal Cultural Centre & Keeping Place on your next adventure to the Northern Tablelands region.

Image credit: Visit NSW

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