aboriginal bush traders

Arts and Crafts made locally by Aboriginal People

Aboriginal Bush Traders sells Aboriginal art and crafts from its retail outlet at Lyons Cottage on the Esplanade in Darwin's city centre.

Art and crafts for sale at Aboriginal Bush Traders are made by local Aboriginal people and all our artists are paid fairly for their work.

As a not-for-profit social enterprise your purchase at Aboriginal Bush Traders directly benefits our community based initiatives.

Retail Outlet

The Aboriginal Bush Traders Darwin City retail outlet showcases a range of products that reflect the talents of Aboriginal artists and entreprenuers from across the Top End.

We sell art and craftwork from local Larrakia artists and also stock:

  • Arnhem Bush Tucker Foods
  • Bima Wear Clothing and Homewares
  • Tjanpi Desert Weavers Clothing and Weaving
  • Ramundi Arts and Crafts
  • Non-fiction Aboriginal themed books
  • Children's Aboriginal themed books
  • CDs of popular local Aboriginal musicians
  • Aboriginal themed DVDs

Visit Us

Aboriginal Bush Traders is located at the historic Lyons Cottage, 116 The Esplanade in Darwin.

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 9am-2pm
CLOSED ON PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

Buy Online

Aboriginal Bush Traders products are now available for sale online! Visit our online store http://www.etsy.com/shop/AboriginalBushTrader to discover locally made art, craft, beauty and bush food products!

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