Marrawuddi Arts opened in its magnificent new home in October 2020. Marrawuddi was previously a gallery housed at the Kakadu National Park headquarters with limited space for artists to create works. At the new site, a spacious workshop area as well as a stunning showroom and the best coffee in Kakadu makes Marrawuddi Arts a must visit for locals and anyone passing through Jabiru.
All artworks for sale at Marrwuddi are created by Aboriginal artists living in Kakadu and the surrounding region, many of whom are regularly in the workshop creating new pieces. Visitors are encouraged to spend some time at Marrawuddi meeting artists and dicsussing their works.
If you haven't had the chance to visit the wonderful new Marrawuddi Arts in its revamped home just yet, you can join manager Katie Hagebols for a site tour recorded live at the grand opening event on October 2nd, 2020.
At Marrawuddi you can shop with confidence knowing that artists have received a fair price for their work and that all profits are going back into the community. Marrawuddi is a proud member of the Indigenous Art Code.
Marrawuddi Gallery is also home to the Gundjeihmi permanent collection, a curated selection of stunning and important works by senior Mirarr artists. We are currently working with the assistance of Tourism NT to create a permanent exhibition space for these powerful pieces of art.