At Ghunmarn Culture Centre (Ghunmarn means all together) you’ll find a wide selection of traditional and contemporary arts and crafts. Our knowledgeable local staff will greet you and can tell you about the work and the artists. Learn More..
The Blanasi Collection, a permanent exhibition of culturally significant art works, is one of the finest examples of West Arnhem Art anywhere in Australia.
This permanent collection is housed in a specially built gallery on the first floor of the Ghunmarn Culture Centre. Learn More..
Djilpin Arts brings authentic Aboriginal arts exclusively from the Ghunmarn Culture Centre, to the heart of Katherine.
Our Katherine Gallery stocks a wide range of art and artefacts. It is located right next to the Nitmiluk Office in Katherine Terrace. Learn More..
Walking with Spirits is an important event on the Northern Territory cultural calendar. The festival is held each year at the end of July on the land of the Jawoyn people, near the remote community of Beswick, 107 kilometres south of Katherine. Learn More or browse our photos.
Stay at Djakanimba Pavilions and experience a new standard in remote accommodation. Located in the heart of Beswick Community, adjacent to the Ghunmarn Culture Centre and just 100kms from Katherine via a sealed road. Our guest facilities are new, cool, light and perfectly simple! The four adaptable accommodation units have been designed to be energy efficient and comfortable for work needs and leisure. Best of all, when you, or your staff, stay with us, you are guaranteed that your room rate is going straight back into a local indigenous enterprise which supports remote art, culture, training and employment. Learn More..