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we welcome you to the Ganalili Centre

 

From half day to overnight trips explore the historic town of Roebourne, and surrounding areas that are so meaningful to the Yindjibarndi People.

Yindjibarndi People have been in the Roebourne area for more than 50,0000 Years. Learn how they look after the land and how the land looks after them.

The Ganalili Centre has a conference room that is availble to the community to book for any event you would like to hold.

 

Latest News From Ganalili

Artifact’s at the Ganalili

Personal background and family history: Artefact maker My name is Wayne Stevens and my father is Peter Stevens (deceased) who is a Gurruma man. My mother is Julie Malcolm,...

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Yindjibarndi Jewellery

Falt seed Bouhnia (Bean Tree) This tree belongs to the Pilbara and it is a strong medicine. Red/ yellow seed Batwing Tree or Bean Tree Desert people call ninti....

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Ganalili Centre Opening

FThe Ganalili Centre was officially opened on 7 September 2019 with a community involved event and below are images showing the festivities of the day. The opening was covered...

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At the Centre

The following businesses call the Ganalili Centre home.

 

Library

The Library at Karratha has a branch located on the ground floor of the Ganalili Centre. Drop in to borrow a book, read a book, pick up a video ...

 

The Café

Yet to open, the Café is located on the ground floor of the Ganalili Centre.

 

Roebourne Visitor's Centre

Need to pick up a book or a piece of art then the Tourism Bureau is where you need to go. This is located on the 1st floor, just up the stairs and to the right.

 

Interested in Indigenious Art?

You can shop for that special piece of art  or jewellery at the Visitor Centre or online.

 

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