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OPEN NOW. All necessary health and safety protocols are practiced, including allowing a maximum of 20 people in the gallery at any one time. The team at Bina Maya Gallery look forward to seeing you there soon.

Bina Maya Gallery

Winter hours: Open daily 10 am - 3 pm (By appointment on Tuesday & Wednesday).
51 Bina Pl, Quedjinup WA 6281
Located at Bina Maya Yallingup Escape
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The newly opened Bina Maya Gallery has a beautiful collection of fine contemporary Aboriginal Art, the only one of its kind in the Margaret River Region. Conveniently located at Bina Maya Yallingup Escape & minutes from Dunsborough and Yallingup.

Bina Maya Aboriginal Art Gallery is set in the Margaret River Region. Newly opened in January 2020, it sits amongst 7.5 acres of beautiful Australian bush alongside Bina Maya Yallingup Escape. 

Specialising in Aboriginal art, there is a beautiful range of pieces on display with artworks from across Australia including the South West, Gascoyne, Utopia, North Queensland and more. Bina Maya Gallery's collaboration with Japingka in Fremantle aims to showcase a range of styles and some award-winning artists from all over Australia. Japingka has been associated with Aboriginal art through its directors for over thirty years. 

Bina Maya Gallery is committed to fair and ethical trading with Aboriginal art and artists. The goal of this Aboriginal Art Gallery is to tell the story behind every piece and, in particular, to showcase more local artists from the South West and higlighting the connection between their art and local Noongar culture. 

Bina Maya Gallery is the only gallery in the Margaret River region focused on Aboriginal Art and increasing awareness of local Aboriginal culture. 

Please get in touch if you are a local tour operator or group wishing to visit the Gallery space.

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07
Sep
2020
Fantastic little gallery that is working to promote local Noongar artists more, on top of having a range of First Nations Australian art. Had a nice chat with Chris the gallery manager, he was well informed on the art and the artists. ratprince
13
Aug
2020
Amazing location, with so much beautiful Aboriginal art work. Highly recommend visiting this gallery if you are in the South West region. Christopher Ioppolo
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