Cultural Centre Batchelor Institute’s Coomalie
Cultural Centre conducts artist’s residencies, exhibitions
and cultural projects and operates a retail outlet
of art and craft. It presents a diverse range of artwork
from across the Top End and Central Australia. Coomalie
Cultural Centre was officially opened in 1999.
Located en route to Litchfield National Park the
Centre attracts many interstate and international
tourists and visitors. The Centre is also frequented
by groups of students, educators and delegations that
visit Batchelor Institute. A bush tucker garden and
a mural – both created by Institute students studying
Land Management and Art & Craft, surround the Centre.