Nullawokka First Nations Gallery and Tours is located in Bollon’s 145 year old historic post office building on Main Street.
Owners Bill Speedy, a proud Gwamu elder from the area, and partner Judith Russell offer a range of First Nations artworks. The gallery focuses on the works of emerging artists from the local area and further afield. The featured artist is Tommy Crow, a Mardgany man originally from Cunnamulla. Tommy Crow is internationally renowned for his stunning “Sunset Dreaming” artworks.
As well as promoting First Nations artists, Nullawokka Gallery additionally offers a range of unique gifts and souvenirs. These include authentic yidakis (didgeridoos), painted emu eggs, returning boomerangs, handmade kangaroos, a range of bush herbs and the famous “Bollon Boulders”.
Workshops are available for the whole family. Try your hand at painting a boomerang, a goolburri (emu) egg or creating your own masterpiece to take home.
If you like exploring, join Bill’s cultural walking tours along the tranquil Wallam Creek. On tour be introduced to the First Nations history of the area and hear the stories behind the beautiful outdoor paintings. You’ll learn to track animals, discover traditional scar trees, and will also have the opportunity to try some bush tucker.
They also offers exclusive and personalised 4WD tours for those who wish to venture further afield. Additionally, the tours can take you to visit ancient traditional grinding pad sites, scar trees, historic First Nations camps and much more.
Opening September 2020.
Contact Bill and Judith on 0413 062 068 or by email at [email protected] for bookings and further information.