Juluwarlu is an award-winning, not-for-profit Aboriginal cultural organisation dedicated to preserving, recording, supporting, exhibiting and promoting the culture of the Yindjibarndi people from the Pilbara, Western Australia.

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Our website contains photographs, words, documentary films and recordings of the voices of the Old People who have gone before us. Please be respectful of their memory.

Mirda gundi jujuwathayarndu wanggangarli, mirda gundi nhantharriyandu ngurra, mirda gundi nharnha nhatharri. Yindjibarndi.
Don’t forget the old people’s words of wisdom, don’t forget the country we come from, or forget who we are. Yindjibarndi.

Our Story

Incorporated in 2000, Juluwarlu’s cultural recording and archiving project was started by Lorraine Coppin in the Ngurrawaana Community on the Yindjibarndi tablelands in 1998…

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Our Story
Our Work

Our Work

Juluwarlu’s diverse range of programs includes:

  • Archiving our Yindjibarndi Knowledge and History
  • Language Preservation
  • Publishing
  • Mapping Country
  • Media Production and Broadcasting
  • Next Generation Programs
  • Arts & Cultural Programs
  • Research
  • Community Development & Support
  • Cultural Services and much more.

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Our Culture

YIndjibarndi people have lived on our west Pilbara tableland country for 50,000 years. the Our culture is still at the heart of our lives today

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Our Culture

Yindjibarndi Country