Wungunja Cultural Centre

Overview

The Wungunja Cultural Centre was established to protect the culture and heritage of the Aboriginal people of Trangie. The centre showcases a large variety of artefacts that have been sourced through…

The Wungunja Cultural Centre was established to protect the culture and heritage of the Aboriginal people of Trangie.

The centre showcases a large variety of artefacts that have been sourced through long term loans with the Australian Museum and the Office of Environment and Heritage, donations from local people and collections owned by the Trangie Local Aboriginal Land Council. The valuable collection represents family history and information including displays of photos and stories of local Aboriginal people who have served this Country from World War One.

The Wungunja Cultural Centre is a central hub that celebrates the local Aboriginal culture in the region. Family history records of Aboriginal families that once lived on the Macquarie, Bogan and Lachlan rivers are held in the centre and are a popular attraction for visiting relatives to the centre.

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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