Baluk Arts is a non-profit Victorian Aboriginal arts organisation based in Mornington owned by Aboriginal artists from Frankston, the Mornington Peninsula and wider south-east Melbourne. Baluk artists are from diverse Aboriginal backgrounds from all over Australia and artworks created reflect themes of identity in a contemporary cultural context.

Through Baluk Arts, family groups and members of the stolen generation have reconnected with their culture and express their histories through strong artistic practices to support their cultural and creative well being. Baluk Arts encourages community development, youth leadership, participation and interaction, and Indigenous governance through innovative arts practice.

Baluk is a local Boonwurrung word meaning many.


CHECK OUT our current exhibitions, events and products for sale within our website

OR JOIN our mailing list to receive information and exclusive invitations.

OR VISIT US at 6 Bruce St, Mornington VIC 3931

OPEN Tuesdays - Saturdays from 10am - 5pm

Aboriginal artworks on display are locally made and available for sale. These works include clap sticks, carved wooden artefacts, paintings, works on paper, natural jewellery, didgeridoos, handmade cards, books, scarves and sculpture.

 All sales assist our non-profit organisation and directly benefit Aboriginal artists by providing materials, studio space and development opportunities.



Latest News... Diverse/City

exhibition at The Light Factory Gallery, Eltham

& Workshops open to everyone in Boomerang and Natural Jewellery making.




Join local Aboriginal artists in their studio 
at Baluk Arts in Mornington and with 
the artists assistance make your own creation 
to take home with you. Create your very own necklace, brooch or bracelet 
with kangaroo teeth, seeds and emu feathers, OR design and burn your own returnable boomerang 
then learn how to throw it at a nearby oval. 

EMAIL US to register your interest 
in participating in a workshop.



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