A collection of Cultural Centres to visit in Victoria.

Celebrating the strength of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Culture with collections of cultural artefacts, artworks, photographs and activities.

  • Bangerang Cultural Centre

    The Bangerang Cultural Centre, originally the Shepparton Arts Council, at Shepparton, is the first Aboriginal Cultural ‘keeping place/museum’ to be developed and managed by the Aboriginal community in Australia.
  • Brambuk National Park & Cultural Centre

    The award-winning Cultural Centre was designed collaboratively with the Traditional Owners of Gariwerd by renowned architect, Greg Burgess, to celebrate connection to Country.
  • Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    Our organisation, in partnership with the First Peoples of Victoria, is working to place First Peoples living cultures and histories at the core of our practice.
  • Harrow Discovery Centre

    Welcome to the Harrow Discovery Centre and Johnny Mullagh Interpretive Centre, located in Victoria’s oldest inland settlement. It is also the home of Australia’s First XI – the Aboriginal Cricket team which travelled to England in 1868.
  • Krowathunkooloong Keeping Place

    Visitors to the Keeping Place can learn, understand and appreciate the history of the Gunaikurnai people through guided or self guided tours of the museum and view the variety of exhibits ranging from traditional hunting and fighting weapons, to bark canoes, fishing spears and boomerangs.
  • Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    Narana seeks to build an understanding of Aboriginal histories and culture in a welcoming, friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
  • The Koorie Heritage Trust

    The Koorie Heritage Trust at Federation Square takes Koorie peoples, cultures and communities from the literal and figurative fringes of Melbourne to a place that is a central meeting and gathering place for all Victorians.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or printed material. To listen to our Acknowledgement of Country, click here.