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Looking for a specific colour? Click below to view a range of colour palettes.

Do you love landscape artwork? At Yungarra Gallery we have a wide range of Landscape artwork. Click below to view.

Yungarra Gallery features some of Western Australia's best Aboriginal artists and artists from the region. Click below to view.

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Looking for a beautiful gift? At Yungarra Gallery we sell a range of affordable limited edition prints. Click below to view more


We also feature beautiful sculptures and locally crafted, bespoke furniture. Click below to view 

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Located in the heart of the Margaret River region, Yungarra Gallery is a specially curated space boasting collectable works by the finest Nyoongar artists in the country. We also host exhibitions and events annually to promote cultural sharing and learning through art.

Yungarra Gallery operates in accordance with the Indigenous Arts Code to guarantee ethical dealings, transparency and accountability in the art market.

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The word Yungarra/ Ungarra comes from the Wadandi language meaning Kangaroo, a totem of the Saltwater people.


The Wadandi People (Saltwater People) are the traditional custodians of this part of the South West of Western Australia. The significant coastal areas are essential to the Wadandi people and their connection to land and sea through songs, stories, spirituality and Cultural lore (learning and knowledge of tradition).

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