Experience traditional Indigenous culture and community life.

Djilpin Arts is a community-owned, not-for-profit organisation based in the remote Indigenous community of Beswick/Wugularr, Northern Territory. Established in 2002, by the late actor and musician Balang T.E. Lewis, Djilpin Arts works to maintain, develop and promote local art and culture.

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Find us just one hour’s drive from Katherine or Mataranka by sealed road.

Ghunmarn Culture Centre, 2 Cameron Road, Beswick NT 0852 | Tel: + 61 488 961 511 | info@djilpinarts.org.au

Working on country with kin and culture, across generations, our activities are rich in spirit, bringing healing to the community and linking traditional knowledge with modern enterprise.

Djilpin Arts is a place where visitors can engage with local people and artists, learn about traditional life and culture, browse and buy artworks, stay in our award-winning accommodation or experience seasonal cultural events, tours and immersions.

Warning: This site contains sound, video and images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have passed away.