Nestled amongst a setting of Australian natives is Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre in Charlemont, a not-for-profit educational hub celebrating Aboriginal history and culture.
Led by its mission to create a welcoming and friendly destination for education and local tourism, Narana invites its visitors to learn about today’s Indigenous culture and its important history.
The site includes a cultural display, a tool and weapon display, a renowned art gallery, Narana café, a native garden, animal feeding experiences, a retail shop and a playground. The art gallery exhibits an extensive collection of internationally acclaimed and emerging Indigenous artists.
With so much on offer, there is truly something for kids and adults alike to enjoy with a trip to the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Located only a five-minute drive from Armstrong Creek, this centre is the perfect place for a fun and educational family outing.
Narana is free to visit and is open 7 days a week, from 9 am-5 pm on weekdays and 9 am-4 pm on weekends.
For more information, please visit https://www.narana.com.au/