The Gallery is housed in the Visitor Information Centre, South Kempsey Parkland.
Ample parking available for motor vehicles, buses, cars & caravans. Wheelchair access.
Internal view of the Gallery.
Honey-Suckle Plant - Mabel Ritchie
The honey suckle plant can be found in a variety of different shapes and sizes and grows on shrubs or on vines. It also has many medical uses as well ...
Pink Eye Run VI - Elwyn Toby
Pink Eye Mullet live in the upper reaches of the Macleay River around Thunghutti (Bellbrook) area and are an important part of our diet.
Acrylic on Canvas 46 × ...
Dhubal in Bark - Aunty Esther Quinlin
Dhubal are collected in Thunghutti area in the upper Macleay. They are a vital source of diet for our people.
Acrylic on Canvas 30 × 30cm
Emu Tracks & Eggs - Clem Ritchie
Emu’s remind me of my time as a little boy chasing them around the bush.
Connection - Alison Williams
The story behind this artwork is all about connection to my Gumbayngirr heritage.
Acrylic on Canvas 123 × 53cm
Welcome to Dunghutti Land.
Dunghutti Ngaku Aboriginal Art Gallery is housed in the annex of the Kempsey Visitor Information Centre and Macleay Historical Museum on Macleay Valley Way, Kempsey. The building was designed by internationally renowned architect Glen Murcutt.
The aim of the gallery is to showcase a diverse range of artworks from established and emerging Aboriginal artists of the mid north coast.
The gallery has been established for the past 7 years and has a program of Exhibitions that occur throughout the year. Be sure to check out our website for up to date events at www.dnaag.com.au
The Gallery is free to enter.
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