Aboriginal Art Gallery
We have one of the oldest living cultures in the world and that culture has been passed on through many generations. It is embedded in our Country, our stories and songlines, and our art. It links us to our ancestors, who travelled across the Country practising the customs that make us who we are. It is vital to our identity.
The Aboriginal Art Gallery at Forestec houses a wide range of artworks from many talented Aboriginal artists living, working and practising culture across the region. Situated in Kalimna West, East Gippsland it is a warm and engaging space that offers visitors an opportunity to feel the connection that Traditional Owners have to Country and culture.
27 Scriveners Road, Kalimna West 3909
Admission to the Aboriginal Art Gallery at Forestec is free
The gallery will be re-opening to the public on Thursday 8th of December, 2021
Thursdays and Fridays, 10am – 2pm
(Closed weekends and public holidays)
Please note that proof of vaccination will be required for all guests entering Forestec, the Aboriginal Art Gallery and the Bush Cafe.
We ask that visitors respect our staff and help to keep our mob safe by complying with the directives of the Victorian Chief Health Officer.