Great visit to see artist work and opportunity to buy original work. I bought great bags and amazing textiles. Highly recommended!
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Injalak Arts and Craft Centre was recommended by a family member who had visited a couple of years ago but I hadn't imagined the whole experience of crossing the Alligator River at Cahill's Crossing and the changed landscape of Arnhem Land to be such a...More
Thanks for your detailed review that shares with other readers the whole experience. We are art and cultural tourism with ecotourism thrown in for good measure. Injalak Hill will be there for you to visit next time!
We visited this wonderful art gallery in late June. I was a bit concerned about how we were going to fill in a few hours here but I needn't have been. Injalak is facinating and interactive and we spent hours reading, watching painting and screen...More
It's great you were able to take the time to experience Injalak Arts. At any time there are often many different things going on so guests who have a bit more time on site can spend time observing and learning about an ancient Australian culture...More
We visited Gunbalayna, Injalek Hill and the arts centre during the school holidays with our two sons aged 9 and 12. It was a really great day. Our boys loved it. The rock art was amazing (thanks to Isaac our guide) and the arts centre...More
We really enjoyed having you visit and remember you. So glad your boys were able to have the experience with us. Thank you.
Our trip to Injalak was a highlight of our top end tour. Visiting Arnhem Land was a special privilege, it is incredibly beautiful country and different from Kakadu. There were just five of us with our guide Gabriella, who showed us rock art and a...More
We are so thrilled with your extensive review of us. Gabriella is delighted. Wow, thank you!!
If your interested in seeing how Aboriginal art is made, and maybe purchasing Aboriginal art or craft in a way that benefits the indigenous artists this is a great place to visit. It is a working gallery in the Aboriginal community of Gunblanya on the...More
Delighted you were able to see the printing. We do print every day but sometimes people catch us in between prints. Thanks so much for your detailed and very positive review. It really helps other people get a sense of our art centre. Just a...More
Well worth the bumpy trip to get there. Very friendly and accomodating staff and the artists and weavers were very open about their craft. Prices very reasonable and go direct to source. Quality of work is excellent and represents the area.
SpottyDog - thank you! Glad you enjoyed your trip and very much appreciate the review.
I am not an organised tour person but decided that this would be the best way to go to see Injalak Arts and Crafts in Arnhem Land. So booked on a tour with Kakadu Cultural tours and Kellie our guide was knowledgeable and entertaining the...More
Sounds like you had a fantastic trip. Really chuffed you took the time to give us such a lovely review and hope to see you again in the not too distant future! best wishes from the Injalak Arts team
We visited the art centre on our way to the Cobourg Peninsula. We were met by a guide and artist from centre, Michael, who took us climbing on Injalak Hill to see the ancient rock art and burial sites there. It was an experience not...More
Thanks Heather for the lovely review. Hope you enjoyed the trip to Cobourg!
We visited the Injalak arts centre as part of a tour of Arnham land. The artists were just doing their thing and we just watched and asked questions. The artists were very friendly and enjoyed chatting about their art and craft work. Great shop that...More