Yarramundi Cultural Centre
The Yarramundi Cultural Centre is a unique piece of Canberra’s history. Originally the temporary home of the National Museum of Australia the site was handed to the ACT Government for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre in 2000. The adjoining meeting room is a perfect location for hosting events such as meetings, conferences, workshops and other private functions like weddings, promotional stalls, small scale musical performances, and Christmas functions.
The Centre is located at 245 Lady Denman Drive Yarramundi Reach ACT 2601.