Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation
via Alice Springs NT 0872
Manager: Cecilia Alfonso email@example.com
Assistant Manager: Gloria Morales firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +61 8 89564133
Phone: +61 8 89564031
Fax: +61 8 89564003
Warlukurlangu is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 4 pm. Visitors are welcome. Weekends we open by appointment only.
The Warlukurlangu art centre is located in Yuendumu, 300kms northwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, Australia. Yuendumu is an Indigenous community of more than 1000 people who are predominantly Warlpiri-language speakers. Yuendumu is on Aboriginal Lands Trust land, which means a permit is required if visitors wish to stay overnight or longer. Permits are not required if visitors stop in Yuendumu to buy fuel or to visit the art centre during the day. Permit application forms and permits can be obtained through the Central Lands Council in Alice Springs. Telephone: 08 89516320 or fax 08 89534345.
Please advise staff before embarking upon a trip to Yuendumu. Sometimes seasonal and cultural factors affect the art centre's operations.
Occasionally, Warlukurlangu organises open days, inviting the public in to see how Warlukurlangu is run. Please contact us to see when our next open day is scheduled.
Getting to Yuendumu
Yuendumu is accessed via the Tanami Road, which runs off the Stuart Highway 25km north of Alice Springs. The Tanami Road is sealed until Tilmouth Well - a roadhouse 110km south-east of Yuendumu that is the only service point between Alice Springs and Yuendumu. The Tanami Road can be affected by rain. The Northern Territory Department of planning and infrastructure publish a condition report for the Tanami Road, which is also available on 1800 246 199.
Yuendumu is also serviced twice weekly by the Centre Bush Bus - call 08 8953 0127 for more information.
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