A unique look into Local History
A Site of Spiritual Significance
Minjungbal Museum and Cultural Centre
Ngali na jugun
Ngali garima mala jugun
Wana janjma mala gunu gala jugun
Ngali wana janja mala jugun
Ngali na mala jugun
We belong to this Country
We look after this Country
Don’t do wrong around here, this Country
We don’t harm this Country here
We belong to it, this Country
The Minjungbal Aboriginal Cultural Centre at South Tweed Heads adjoins the beautiful Ukerebagh Nature Reserve. It is our mission to preserve and protect this area’s significant cultural heritage while also providing a facility for those who want to learn about and explore the history and native coastal bushland environment.
Take a journey through time and learn about the Traditional Custodians of this area. Now considered to be one of Australia’s most beautiful National Parks, take a stroll along the Tweed River, cutting through bushland and mangroves to discover the flora, fauna, bush tucker and culture of the Minjungbal people. Stop by the authentic Bora Ring, a sacred ceremonial site still used just 100 years ago. Learn about the history of the region and local Aboriginal people from detailed interactive museum exhibits.
The scenic views are captivating, the air is fresh and you will feel at one with nature on our Country. Enjoy your picnic or BBQ lunch in this tranquil setting using our available BBQ facilities. Light refreshments are available on site.
Learn more about our meeting and function facilities here.
Explore Minjungbal Country and the Tweed Historical Site
Teaching Aboriginal Art and Culture
School Excursions to Minjungbal Museum
Minjungbal Aboriginal Museum and Cultural Centre is the ideal destination for students of all ages to learn about local culture. Tours by local guides are offered through both the museum and cultural site.
As one of the region’s most popular school field trips, student visitors can expect interesting and talkative guided tours suited to all age groups. Our friendly local guides will engage with stories while explaining history, artifacts, Country, animals and significant cultural sites.