Waradah Australian Centre

The centre is an ideal location for visitors to explore Australia's rich and vibrant past and Indigenous spirit.
The heart of the centre is Waradah's custom-built theatre. The live theatrical performance, The Story of Australia is a narrative of Australia's colourful history from it's rich Indigenous heritage to it's present vibrant communities. 30 minutes.

Sharing the theatre, is the movie, Banggarai. Produced by Waradah and filmed in the Blue Mountains, Banggarai is a coming of age tale of a young Indigenous man at the cusp of white settlers entering the mountains. 20 minutes.

The latest multimedia software and hardware, project related images on to three screens. Investments in Acoustiguide’s software allow International visitors to experience the performances/movie in one of eight languages.

Waradah's retail store boasts the largest collection of Australian souvenirs, gifts, and local indigenous craft in
the Blue Mountains. Similarly, the newly refurbished gallery provides a vast collection of contemporary and traditional Aboriginal artwork from the Central and Western Desert.

Domestic educational packages, created with the current NSW Educational curriculum in mind are held at dedicated rooms and are geared at engaging, and broadening students' understanding of Australian Indigenous culture.

For more information: http://www.waradah.com.au

Nearby events

  1. JP Jones

    Wednesday 26 September 2018 , Paddington

    Piermarq is proud to present Portraits Of Sound by artist and musician JP Jones. An auditory visionary, Jones has developed his own unique musical alchemy. His latest series of work is motivated by his quest to marry his two greatest passio…

    26 Sep