The Yarramundi Cultural Centre (previously known as the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre) is now managed by the ACT Property Group. The ACT Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs (OA&TSIA) no longer undertakes bookings.
ACT Property Group provides accommodation services on behalf of the ACT Government. ACT Property Group manages the Territory's owned commercial buildings and properties which become surplus to agencies' service delivery needs or are transferred to ACT Property Group from other government agencies.
The Yarramundi Cultural Centre is a unique piece of Canberra’s history. Originally the temporary home of the National Museum of Australia the site was handed to the ACT Government for an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Cultural Centre in 2000.
The adjoining meeting room is a perfect location for hosting events such as meetings, conferences, workshops and other private functions like weddings, promotional stalls, small scale musical performances, and Christmas functions.
The Centre is located at 245 Lady Denman Drive Yarramundi Reach ACT 2601.
For information regarding the Yarramundi Cultural Centre please visit the ACT Property Group Venue Hire website for Conditions of Hire.
Please note fees have increased in 2018-19 and further information regarding fees can be found on the Venue Hire form.
Bookings and Enquiries
To make a booking at the Yarramundi Cultural Centre please contact ACT Property Group.
Phone: (02) 6213 0700
Please call Office for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs on 6207 9784 if you require further assistance.