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Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre is based at the foot of Burleigh Head National Park in Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast, alongside pristine Tallebudgera Creek.

At the centre, you can browse through paintings in our Art Gallery and see Aboriginal artefacts such as dilly bags, shields, tools, boomerangs, nulla nullas, message sticks, didgeridoos and other tools and instruments that were part of everyday life. You can also purchase authentic souvenirs from the Jellurgal Gift Shop.

Take a walk through our informative boardwalk story board display where you can further explore the traditional lives of the Yugambeh speaking people.

Grab a barista-quality coffee or an ice cream and take your time exploring through the centre. Our staff will be happy to help you with any questions.

There is no admission fee to visit the centre.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 9am - 4pm
Saturday: 9am - 12pm

Getting to the centre

If you are travelling by car, the centre can be easily accessed from the Gold Coast Highway and has onsite general and reserved permit parking. If parking in the reserved car parks, see staff inside to obtain a temporary permit.

Jellurgal can also be easily accessed via public transport with a bus stop located directly in front of the centre on the Gold Coast Highway.


Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural centre is wheelchair and pram-friendly with a side access ramp for entry. Please see our Accessibility Statement for more information.

Gifts for Sale

Whether for yourself or someone else, Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre has a range of authentic Aboriginal gifts and souvenirs. From art and...

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Art Gallery

Step into Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre and you are instantly greeted by a wall of colour, our Aboriginal art display.

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Centre Closures

Throughout the year, Jellurgal's staff participate in a variety of cultural days and staff development opportunities. This may result in the...

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Kalwun acknowledges the various Traditional Custodians on whose land we meet, share, learn, work and live. We pay our respect to the Elders past, present and emerging and extend our respect to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people from all Nations of this land.

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