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Aboriginal Tourism - Indigenous Australia - VIC Attractions
As the ‘First Australians’, the Indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia is a growing part of the tourism industry, with many tourists seeking to connect or have some interaction with the culture and the people.

Following is some information to Aboriginal attractions, history, culture in Victoria. Additional information can be found throughout this site. Visit the Victorian travel section for more information for your destination.

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Aboriginal - VIC Attractions

Kirrit Barreet
• 407 Main Rd, BALLARAT VIC 3350 • Ph: 035332 2755 • Fax: 03 5332 2855 • Email
A place of creation — Kirrit Barreet (meaning place of creation) is an art and cultural centre that exhibits high quality local and regional contemporary and traditional Aboriginal art and craft. The centre was established by the Ballarat Aboriginal community as a way to preserve cultural identity and educate non-Indigenous people about both Koorie culture and the local Wathaurong tribe.

Kirrit Barreet is also an education centre. Visitors to the Aboriginal owned and operated centre can enjoy educational tours, cultural talks, an art gallery, profiling Victorian Aboriginal artists and a retail shop stocking a wide variety of predominantly Aboriginal Victorian arts and crafts, including an extensive bookshop and educational resources. Activities such as didgeridoo playing, boomerang painting and throwing are available. We also have an indigenous plant garden and feature garden.
Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre
An extraordinary organic building to grow out of the earth, the Brambuk Aboriginal Cultural Centre stands as a testimony to the survival of Aboriginal or Koori culture in the wake of the European invasion. Pronounced Bram-Book, Brambuk means belonging to the Bram brothers, the Bram-bram-bult.
Original & Authentic Aboriginal Art
• 90 Bourke St, MELBOURNE VIC 3000
• Ph: 03 9663 5133 • Fax: 03 9663 0933 •
Specialise in Australian Aboriginal Art from Central and Western Desert, Arnhem Land, Queensland and Kimberley’s.
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