|In our award winning Tjapukai Gallery you can find Authentic Aboriginal Art Paintings, Boomerangs, Didgeridoos, and Artifacts, as well as a huge range of Books, Aboriginal CD's, Jewellery, Clothing, Souvenirs, and much more.
We have something to suit everyone's budget. We can't show everything we have available on this website yet, (we are adding new products every month) so if there's something you're after that we haven't listed yet, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiry.
Learn from our wide range of books, CD's and DVD's how to play a didgeridoo, what a bullroarer is used for, and the meanings of symbols used in Aboriginal art. We have many items from local Aboriginal people and other exclusive products that you won't find in other parts of Australia or in other shops. Our returning boomerangs are all made in Australia, by Aboriginal people, and each style is tested in the Park to see how well they fly before we recommend them to our visitors - you won't find many souvenir shops that can match that!
The Tjapukai Gallery is open 7 days a week, from 9:00am to 5:00pm, and also 7 nights a week from 7:00pm to 10:00pm, Australian Eastern Standard Time, if you'd like to visit or telephone us. We accept payment by Diners, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and JCB.
Profits from the Tjapukai Gallery benefit the local Aboriginal community and the artists themselves. The Gallery also provides training and employment opportunities for Aboriginal people. So come in and browse for your authentic memento of Australia.
In the Tjapukai (Djabugay) language this means How are You? This is our way of saying Hello.
Nganydjin-da Garran Ngundalna!
(Come and visit us!)