Studio 11, Ashmore Arts, Torquay  

Bronwyn Razem   |   ABN 37 738 486 846

Katja Nedoluha   |   ABN 35 83 34 61 762

phone: 0402 901 420

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The Great Ocean Road has a very rich Aboriginal history with continuous and ongoing cultural activity.

Travelling from Melbourne, and entering Wadawurrung Country, Narana, Geelong's award-winning Aboriginal Cultural Centre has a superb gallery showcasing Aboriginal art from all over Australia. Immerse yourself in a hands-on cultural experience with one of the guides or take a self-guided tour and indulge in some delicious culturally-infused food at the café. 

In the hilly countryside of Torquay, Gunditjmara Artist & Master Weaver, Aunty Bronwyn Razem offers Indigenous weaving workshops in an intimate setting.You can either come to her cosy studio and learn how to create a beautiful basket with raffia, or opt to go out bush to source and collect native grasses for weaving. Sitting together, yarning and weaving creates a wonderful sense of community and connection. You'll walk away feeling you've made a new friend plus you'll have a wonderful Indigenous-inspired artwork from the Great Ocean Road to take home as a souvenir! 

 

Contact us for more information or to make a booking.

It's a long drive between Geelong and Warrnambool so don't rush and plan an overnight stay so you can make the most of your journey along the breath-taking and unforgettable Great Ocean Road.

Stop at the Cape Otway Lighthouse in Gadabanud Country, meet one of the Indigenous guides and visit the Meeting Hut, a contemporary and artistic creation of a traditional Talking hut or Wuurn, with rock base and wooden upper section designed for larger gatherings in cooler months. 

Your next cultural experience will be when you enter Gunditjmara Country and visit Worn Gundidj at Tower Hill Reserve near Warrnambool, which offers guided tours daily. The reserve is located inside the crater of a dormant volcano comprising of a rich history of Aboriginal culture, it has great ecological and geological significance and is home to lots of wildlife.

Indigenous Weaving Torquay

In the hilly countryside of Torquay, Gunditjmara Artist & Master Weaver, Aunty Bronwyn Razem offers Indigenous Weaving workshops in an intimate setting.

 

You can either come to her cosy studio and learn how to create a beautiful basket with raffia, or opt to go out bush to source and collect native grasses for weaving. 

 

Sitting together, yarning and weaving creates a wonderful sense of community and connection. You'll walk away feeling you've made a new friend plus you'll have a wonderful Indigenous-inspired artwork from the Great Ocean Road to take home as a souvenir! 

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