Indigenous art can be found throughout Western Australia’s Golden Outback. In many areas you’ll find cave walls adorned with the ancient art of early Aboriginal peoples in locations such as Shark Rock, Kellerberrin, Walga Rock, Cue and Mount Ridley near Esperance. Mulka's Cave, near Wave Rock, is a significant rock art site, with over 450 recorded Indigenous hand stencils decorating the cave walls.
Join an authentic Indigenous tour and learn about Dreamtime stories of how local natural wonders, like Wave Rock and Mount Augustus, were formed and be enchanted by the deep spiritual connection to the land.
For Indigenous arts and crafts, be sure to visit:
- Ilkurlka Roadhouse, Tjuntjuntjara Aboriginal Community, Anne Beadell Highway
- Kepa Kurl Art Gallery, Esperance
- Laverton Outback Gallery, Laverton
- Menzies Visitor Centre, Menzies
- Tjurkuba Art Gallery, Wiluna
- Tjukayirla Roadhouse, Great Central Road, Tjukayirla
- Tjulyuru Regional Arts Gallery, Great Central Road, Warburton
- Warakurna Artists, Great Central Road, Warakurna
For Indigenous tours, where you can sample bush tucker, learn about the local Indigenous history or even how to throw a boomerang, visit:
For more information on authentic Indigenous tourism experiences, visit the Western Australian Indigenous Tourism Operators website.