Planet Corroboree Byron Bay– Australian Aboriginal Art - Things To Do iIn Byron Bay

Planet Corroboree Byron Bay– Australian Aboriginal Art

Planet Corroboree is an Aboriginal Art gallery in downtown Byron Bay that was created in 2002 to be an outlet for the local Indigenous artists to be recognised, respected and financially supported.

The art is sourced directly from the artists and their families or from businesses who engage in ethical trading with Australian Aboriginal Artists. As a retail outlet, Planet Corroboree sees great potential for these artists to be nationally and internationally promoted through the many guests coming to Byron Bay annually. The range of Australian Aboriginal Art is large, diverse and exciting! From paintings, didgeridoos and boomerangs to home-wares, music, clothing and literature. Some very different and amazingly unique, all contemporary and traditional, Australian Aboriginal Art is beautiful and expressive!

Contact Details

Phone: 0 2 6680 7884
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.planetcorroboree.com.au

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