BUNJILAKA

Opening Hours

Daily 10am–5pm
Closed Good Friday
and Christmas Day

Where to find us

Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Melbourne Museum
Nicholson Street
Carlton, Victoria, 3053

What's on

Bill Onus, President of the Victorian Aborigines' Advancement League, May 1967

Ganbu Yalingbu. Ngulu-Bulok.

Celebrating a major turning point in Australian history, Bunjilaka presents an exhibition marking the 50th Anniversary of the 1967 Referendum. This collection of work by local Koorie artists reflects on a national movement united for Aboriginal Human Rights.

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Exhibition entry with visitors looking at language map

First Peoples

Celebrating the history, culture, achievements and survival of Victoria’s Aboriginal people. 

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A group of people in two wooden boats at sunset.

a Bit na Ta

A contemporary soundscape exploring the hundred years leading to Papua New Guinea’s independence. 

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Hidden Histories

This year on Remembrance day Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre will be highlighting the too often forgotten and ignored histories of the Homeland Wars between Victoria’s First Peoples and its settlers and the brutal massacres that occurred throughout Victoria.

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Women’s Law (artwork) by Vicki Couzens

Serpent Dreaming Women

Watch as performers weave between past, present and future creatively addressing the constraints, challenges and controls in women's lives in a process of decolonisation.

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Comic superhero

Comics and Superheros

In celebration of the First Peoples Marramb-ik exhibition in the Birrarung Gallery join us and comic artist Michael Camilleri and spend the day learning the skills to create your own comic strip about a superhero that you love. 

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Comic superhero

Marramb-ik (I Am)

An exhibition of storytelling through comic pop culture incorporating identity, heroes and language.

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garden

Milarri Garden trail

Explore Bunjilaka's beautiful Indigenous garden.

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Detail of zinc etching

Wurreka

An etched zinc wall that spans the north wall of Birrarung Gallery and surrounds the entry to First Peoples

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