The Bangerang Cultural Centre is the first Aboriginal museum of its kind in Australia. On display, the visitor will see our own unique collection of art and artefacts, which will explain the wide and rich culture of the Bangerang people.
In our exhibition, comparisons are made with other tribes associated with the Bangerang People with whom cultural exchanges took place. Some of these exchanges are vividly illustrated in the spectacular dioramas created by non-Aboriginal artist George Browning.
While exhibiting artefacts and displays from the Murray and Goulburn rivers region, the Bangerang Cultural Centre also contains Aboriginal artefacts from other parts of Australia.
Our aims are both to preserve and display Aboriginal art and objects of the Bangerang People and to educate both indigenous and non-indigenous people in the Aboriginal culture of the Bangerang People.
Through encouraging the Koorie community to identify with their own culture, we at the Bangerang Cultural Centre give our people a sense of pride in our own rich cultural heritage.