Community Safety Plan

 The Aurukun Community Safety plan outlines how we will build on the strength, pride, beauty and richness of our unique and ancient people, values, lore customs and culture and maximizes opporotunities for local social, cultural, recreational, educational and economic growth and development.

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Exhibition success for Wik and Kugu Arts Centre

Aurukun’s famous ku’ (camp dog) carvings are among 160 works installed in the inaugural display of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art in the newly located Yiribana Gallery at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Aurukun Deputy Mayor Craig Koomeeta and Wik and...

Artists showcase Wik and Kugu culture

Media Release 7 July 2022 Traditional performance and artefacts reflecting the cultural stories behind the paintings and sculptures of Aurukun’s Wik and Kugu Arts Centre artists are part of their exhibitions at the 2022 Cairns Indigenous Art Fair (CIAF). Aurukun Shire...