• Welcome to Mornington Island

    Welcome to Mornington Island

    A small island of rich cultural traditions, located in the south-east corner of the Gulf of Carpentaria, Queensland, Australia

  • Mornington Island Art

    Mornington Island Art

    A place of shared culture and creativity

  • Mornington Island Dancers

    Mornington Island Dancers

    Publicly celebrating Indigenous culture through traditional dance and song since 1964

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that the following pages may contain images or names of persons who have since passed away.

Featured Articles
Catalogue for Ngurruwarra / Derndernyin - Stone Fish Traps of the Wellesley Islands. For the exhibition at Queensland Museum - 3 May – 24 November, 2024.
A major exhibition of large-scale collaborative paintings by Lardil and Kaidildt artists on Mornington Island honouring the legacies of Goobalathaldin Dick Roughsey & Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori” LEGACIES LIVING ON
Catalogue for Amanda Gabori's 2018 solo show, Dulka, at Woolloongabba Art Gallery. Brisbane
Catalogue for Netta Loogatha's 2019 solo show at Woolloongabba Art Gallery, Brisbane
Catalogue of the 2020 exhibition of works on paper at Provenance Arts, Darwin
The Indigenous Art Centre Alliance (IACA) is the peak body and support agency for the Indigenous Art Centres of Far North Queensland. This guide gives information about the 14 Art Centres that are members of IACA.
A quick video tour of the art studio on Mornington Island.
Catalogue for major 2020 exhibition at Woolloongabba Art Gallery in Brisbane.
Cultural Performance by the Mornington Island Dancers from Mornington Island for Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2020.

Mirndiyan Gununa receives financial support from the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland and from the Federal Government’s Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program. Mirndiyan Gununa supports the Indigenous Art Code and is a member of the Indigenous Art Centre Alliance.