Click Fraud Protection Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery

Address
First Floor, 44 Mitchell Street, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australiab
Opening Hours
Information not available
Visit the Aboriginal Fine Arts Gallery in Knuckey Street, Darwin, and browse around a range of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal art and craft. View Aboriginal paintings, works on bark, hand-woven baskets, carvings from Arnhem Land and the Central and Western desert regions, and more. A huge range of didgeridoos, are also available.
Special Features
COVID Clean Practicing Business, Gallery / Museum, Shop / Gift Shop, International, Aboriginal Culture

YOU MAY ALSO be interested in these parap Things To Do.

Events near Parap View all Parap events
Parap Markets
Community Event
Parap Markets
The Parap Markets, located close to the city, in Parap, will tantalise your senses with a mixture of cuisines from around the world and the
Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA)
Community Event
Telstra National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards (NATSIAA)
Reflect on the changing face of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders art at the premier national indigenous event on the arts calendar.
Encounter: Deep Blue Fundraising Gala
Community Event
Encounter: Deep Blue Fundraising Gala
The Honourable Clare Martin AO, Chair and Mr Marcus Schutenko, Director, warmly invite you to join them for a gala fundraiser in support of the Northern Territory’s premier cultural and scientific institution, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory. Discover the Museum after dark and celebrate the official opening of the newly refurbished Colin Jack-Hinton Maritime Gallery. ​ Encounter: Deep Blue is a night of fun at the Museum, embracing the glamour and style of dining under the stars, with a three-course meal complemented with fine wines and outstanding entertainment.
National Indigenous Music Awards
Concert or Performance
National Indigenous Music Awards
A celebration of First Nations music and musicians from across Australia. Recognising achievement and excellence in the Indigenous music sector the awards will this year
Attractions near Parap View all Parap attractions
Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal Art from Art Centres
Galleries, Museums and Collections
Outstation Gallery - Aboriginal Art from Art Centres
Meander through Parap's gallery precinct, lingering over Outstation Gallery's exciting artwork sourced from remote Aboriginal community art centres
Parap Markets
Shopping and Markets
Parap Markets
Spend Saturday mornings winding through stalls of local produce, arts and crafts, entertainment, and delicious cuisine from all around the world.
Elevated Boutique
Shopping and Markets
Elevated Boutique
Elevate your home, health and heart with a visit to this Darwin favourite where gorgeous gifts, eclectic jewellery and cool Summer fashion go hand in
NCCA Northern Centre for Contemporary Art
Galleries, Museums and Collections
NCCA Northern Centre for Contemporary Art
Interact with the displays and get a feast for the senses from contemporary art exhibitions by emerging and established artists and touring exhibits.
Eat & Drink options near Parap View all Parap Eat & Drink options
Saffrron Restaurant
Restaurant and Cafe
Saffrron Restaurant
Savour mouth-watering Indian cuisine including north, south, and Tandoori dishes, served on biodegradable plates and bowls made of sugar cane fibre.
Darwin Ski Club
Bars
Darwin Ski Club
Pull up a plastic chair on a patch of Darwin's best real estate and drink in dramatic sunsets over Darwin Harbour with a cocktail.
Medee Eatery
Restaurant and Cafe
Medee Eatery
Medee Eatery is located in the vibrant Fannie Bay Place minutes from the beautiful Fannie Bay Beach. Serving fresh take on Thai food, cold pressed
Saltwater Darwin Café
Restaurant and Cafe
Saltwater Darwin Café
Replenish your energy after visiting the museum and art gallery at the adjacent café with a hearty breakfast amid the tropical gardens by the sea.