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At Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre we aim to ensure everyone's visit is as enjoyable as possible. We are committed to providing suitable access for all our guests, whatever their individual needs.

In this statement, we aim to accurately describe our facilities so you can decide if it suits your specific requirements.

Getting here

You can get to the centre on public transport or by car.

If you’re taking public transport, get the bus to the Burleigh Heads National Park. The bus stop is less than 20 metres from the main entrance.

There is public parking with two accessible parking spaces. There is no shared space.

The path of travel from the Bus Stop and the parking spaces crosses a shared roadway. There is no pedestrian crossing, but the road doesn’t have much traffic as it’s a no through road.

Access to the pedestrian pathway is via a kerb ramp. 

 Steep 15 metre ramp to the Centre

Getting in and around

The building has two entry points. One is a 15 metre ramp of steep gradient on the right side. The other is a flight of stairs at the front of the building.

Threshold ramps are in place at both entry and exit doors.

Entry to the centre is free.


 Stairs at the front of the building

It is well laid out with good circulation space between displays and furniture.

Stock is located within easy reach from a seated position.

There are chairs with backrests available inside the centre and on the verandah.

 Good circulation space and seating

There is a boardwalk storyboard display where you can follow the traditional lives of the Yugambeh speaking people. 

Threshold ramps are in place at both ends of the boardwalk.

 Boardwalk storyboard display

There is an ampitheatre within the centre. There are activities and performances held in the ampitheatre.

The clear opening of the door is 820 millimetres. There is mixed seating in the ampitheatre including bench seating, chairs with backs and arms and other chairs with backs but no arms.

Performances and demonstrations take place on the stage.

 Amphitheatre has good circulation space
Guided tours

There is a guided walk along the Oceanview track. It is a grade 2 track of 1.2 kilometres one way. The track is a hardened surface with gentle hill sections and is a minimum of one metre in width.

There is a gate at the entry point to the walkway that requires hard turns. The width of the gate internal space is one metre at the narrowest point.

 Gate in closed position at entry point

Tours can be tailored to meet individual needs. Please enquire with the centre.

There are no toilets at the centre. There is a public amenity block next to the centre. It includes a left hand unisex toilet.

 Gate in first open position at entry point

Audio Guide

Listen to an audio guide of Burleigh Heads National Park and Jellurgal Cultural Centre on the VacayIt website or download their app on the App Store or Google Play.

Website accessibility

Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre strives to make our website as accessible as possible for all visitors.

Some pages on our website include elements such as Google Maps or other embedded media and, unfortunately, the accessibility of these media cannot be guaranteed.

If you are having any issues accessing any information on this website, please contact us so we can help you to find this information and also update our website to address this issue.

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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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