Juluwarlu Aboriginal Corporation is an Indigenous organisation dedicated to the recording, preservation and maintenance of Yindjibarndi language and culture. Our ofﬁce is located in Roebourne, not far from the coast in the northwest of Australia, and our country encompasses Millstream Chichester National Park.
In respectful memory of our beloved elder Mr. Ned Mayarinbungu Cheedy 1906 – 2012.
JULUWARLU’s mission is to collect, record, catalogue, archive, preserve, re-produce, exhibit and broadcast the culture and history of the Yindjibarndi peoples as a resource for our own people, especially the children; to provide the resources to drive and nurture cultural and economic futures; and to share with the broader community.
We seek to provide moral and professional support to the Yindjibarndi people of Roebourne; to manage and protect the land, culture and the environment.
We aim to do this by employing the most effective and appropriate contemporary methods and media technologies, by training our people in the special skills required and by developing relationships with partners in the broader community we live in.
- Meet the Juluwarlu Team
- Mirnuwarni Ganyjagayi:
The Yindjibarndi Archiving Project
Collecting and preserving video, photographs, sound recordings and geneological records.
- Murru Warru Mya:
The Juluwarlu Media Centre
Video, Sound, DVD and Broadcast facilities for the preservation of Yindjibarndi heritage and culture. Also providing professional media services for Business and Institutional Organisations
- Ngarda TV:
Community Television in Roebourne and then for the Pilbara
- Heritage Management
Mapping and recording Country, Land rights, Heritage Surveys.
- Yindjibarndi facts
Roebourne, Stories, Culture, History, Galharra (skin system), Ngurrawaana Community.
- Juluwarlu Shop
Books, DVDs, Videos and other products
Explore Yindjibarndi Country
We have a new book detailing fifty significant Indigenous sites around the Millstream National Park.
The North West Shelf Venture is a sponsor of Juluwarlu Group Aboriginal Corporation.