Poster featuring photographs of Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre, surrounding landscapes, and rock art sites at Gariwerd, the Aboriginal name for the Grampians National Park in western Victoria. Opened in 1990 Brambuk Cultural Centre was created as a place to document, recover, preserve and promote the culture of Aboriginal communities connected with Gariwerd. The organisation is Aboriginal owned and operated, providing employment, training and a source of pride to local Indigenous communities. A tourist attraction, Brambuk plays an important role in educating the wider community about Aboriginal culture unique to the area. The poster was produced as part of the Koorie Culture Kit for Brambuk the National Park & Cultural Centre by the Heritage Branch, Aboriginal Affairs Victoria.

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Colour ink on paper. Title: 'Aboriginal Rock Art in Gariwerd'. Features a photograph of a building with contoured roof; mountains in the background; five inset captioned photographs of rock art; and, an orange panel and printed text along bottom edge.


Aboriginal Rock Art in Gariwerd

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