Brambuk, meaning 'white cockatoo', is a place where visitors can experience, through the building, the richness of Aboriginal culture. The project was funded by the Victorian State Government and developed over ten years by a committee comprising five Aboriginal communities from the western district of Victoria and other tourism and government bodies.
The two storey building is located in the valley between Boronia Peak and the Wonderland Range, south of Halls Gap in the Grampians National Park - the richest site for Aboriginal art and artifacts in Victoria. The aim of the project was to focus attention on Aboriginal art and activities in the Grampians and encourage protection of sites and culture through greater public appreciation.
This section contains the following resource:
- Brambuk Cultural Centre