The Waringarri Corroboree Under The Stars is an annual celebration of art and culture, held during the Ord Valley Muster.

The Corroboree is a key community event and part of  of the annual Ord Valley Muster celebrating Miriwoong culture with performance, film screenings & traditional supper.

Waringarri is the first wholly indigenous owned art centre established in the Kimberley region and one of the oldest continuously operating art centres in Australia supporting economic independence for artists and their community.  Cultural performances compliment the visitor experience with a rich insight into Miriwoong culture.

The 2016 program included:

Ngamoowalem (Ivanhoe) Joonba
Phyllis Ningarmara

Bali Bali Balga / Moonga Moonga
Custodian: Alan Griffiths

Wangga / Lirrga
Custodian: Button Jones

Waringarri Textiles Exhibition Opening
Twelve Waringarri artists learnt skills in textiles, designing lino cuts and block printing onto cotton and linen. Artists explored bush tucker themes and worked with symbols and designs relevant to their Country and arts practice.

Supper of damper and ground-cooked beef was also served.

The 2017 Corroboree Under the Stars will be held on Thursday 25th May, gates open 5:00pm

Adult Tickets: $35
Children Tickets: $10
Family Tickets: $60 (2 adults and 2 children)

Joona, Bali Bali Balga & Wangga Performances in 2016.