Ku’arlu Mangga (Good Nest)

31 Robinson St, Northampton Old School Community Initiative Inc, Northampton, WA, 6535

Ku’arlu Mangga (meaning Good Nest) is a small emerging art centre that is innovative and aspirational supporting intergenerational connection to Country and Culture and a vibrant youth program.

Ku’arlu Mangga (meaning Good Nest) Aboriginal Art Centre is located in the small town of Northampton, with a population under 1,000 people. The town is also known by its Aboriginal name “Mooniemia”. Situated approximately 500km from Perth and 52km north of Geraldton, it is in the Midwest Region of WA, in the Shire of Northampton. Its operating range includes Pink Lakes and Kalbarri National Park in the Shire of Northampton, over 100km to the north.

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Our Artists


Shipping policy

Our prices include domestic postage on all items sold unframed. Paintings and prints are supplied in an Australia Post tube. Delivery of framed work in Mid West (Town Centres) and Perth (to Fremantle Art Centre or Curtin University) by arrangement. Please email [email protected] for a quote for work going overseas.

Refund policy

Art works cannot be refunded – please choose carefully.

Return policy

We are not able to manage returns at this time unless damaged that can be attributed to our gallery.