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Gabriel Maralngurra was introduced to rockart by his uncle, Thompson Yulidjirri (c. 1930-2009), who took him to see the paintings on Injalak Hill when he was a child. Gabriel is inspired by the rock art galleries around West ArnhemLand which are often densely layered with paintings. Rock art painting is a tradition which has been dated back to at least 45,000 years before the present. 


Fibre art catalogue Gunga takes you in a journey of the history of fibre art, the process of its making and the different forms it has taken throughout the years. Learn more about the different kinds of fibre art created at Injalak. Featuring work by painters and...

Collectors Special Edition Catalogue

To compliment DAAF2020 Injalak Arts has created a Collectors Special Edition Catalogue.

To help guide you through the inaugural online Digital Art Fair we want to share a special curated selection of new works by talented Injalak Artists that will be available on our digital booth.

Graham Badari – Life Forces

Life Forces brings together Graham Badari’s latest body of works, bursting with energy and colour. Graham Badari paints every day opposite Injalak Hill and the billabong where he makes acute observations on the different animals and plants that come with the changing seasons.

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Gabriel Maralngurra’s meticulously painted rock-art like piece is on display now at @woollahragallery as part of their ‘Heart in Art’ exhibition.

The exhibition is running until the 10th of July. Be sure to check it out if you’re nearby!

#aboriginalart #woollahragallery #sydney

Lorraine Namarnyilk is excited to be heading to Sydney today for the @nationalindigenousartfair 🤎

Here she is showing off one of her very own designs. This one is called ‘Mankung’ (Sugarbag).

You’ll be able to buy our t-shirts and many other beautiful printed pieces at the fair this weekend.

You can also find this one on our Etsy store now!

#nationalindigenousartfair #aboriginalart #ilovesydney #NAIDOC

How cute is this little family of Mimih Spirits standing in a row ❣️

Head to our website to purchase one of these Mimih’s by Gleeson Nabulwad.

#indigenousart #arnhemland

Shaun Namarnyilk's speedy and precise handywork!

#indigenousart #injalakarts #painting

Kunwarrdebim is a small collection inspired by the magic and influence of the rock art galleries that surround Gunbalanya. Such galleries hold imagery that teaches people stories and lessons that influence how they live their lives today. This bright collection showcases the most recent designs by our artists and has been mostly sewn on country by our Studio Coordinator, Lily Durland. Thanks to the help of CDP for the use of there sewing space!

We have also called upon our friends at @sisterbuffalo to make a few custom pieces that are reworks of vintage garments with Injalak textiles. Finding inspiration from Kunwinkju people repurposing old stories and lessons from the rock art to apply to their lives today.

We can’t wait to show you more as we get closer to the date!

Tickets on sale now, follow the link in our bio💛

Country to Couture brought to you by @indigenousfashionprojects, a program from the @darwinartfair

Supported by the @ntgovernment and @countryroad


It's Yekke season here in Gunbalanya and the Madjalen (Eucalyptus Flowers) are beggining to bloom.

These intricate Kunkanemkenh (pandanus earrings) resting on the crisp grass are available online via our Etsy store now.

See link in bio.

We're excited to be teaming up with @merrepenarts next weekend for a pop up shop!

You'll find us at 21 Knuckey St, Darwin.

Come down and say hello

We're on the hunt for a retail/sales assistant for the Injalak Arts Border store this dry season!

Good customer service skills and a keen interest in supporting Indigenous Artists is highly desirable.

Opportunity for growth and long term employment for the right candidate.

For enquiries or to apply please email

#hiring #artcenter #aboriginalart #gallery #northernterritory

Injalak Hill at Golden Hour💫🌕🤩

The Injalak Hill is a very special sight to the people of Gunbalanya. The Hill, which in the olden days was an abundant living shelter, contains some of the oldest and most cherished rock art galleries in Australia.

#nttourism #dronevideography #arnhemland #rockart