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Maningrida

The Maningrida community lies on the north coast of Arnhem Land and is best known as a pristine fishing destination. Travellers need a permit from the Northern Land Council to visit. Maningrida's waterways are teeming with species such as barramundi, salmon, mangrove jack, golden snapper, Spanish mackerel, trevally and coral trout. Visitors can also learn about Aboriginal art and culture at the Maningrida Arts and Culture, which features traditional and contemporary art; bark paintings, sculptures, fibre craft, prints and items of material culture. Conical woven fish traps made by the local men and women are unique to the area, and a popular collector's item.

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Maningrida Arts and Culture


Maningrida Arts and Culture represents more than 700 artists who work with bark paintings, timber sculptures, fibre art, didjeridus, regalia, prints and bronze sculptures. These collections are displayed in major national and international collections, as wells as local museums like the Djomi Museum also located in Maningrida.

Permits to travel to Maningrida must be obtained from the Northern Land Council but entry to the art centre is free.




Maningrida Community,
Arnhem Land
Maningrida, NT, 0822

Located 18.1K from Maningrida

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