Art Centre

Northern Peninsula Area Art Centre

Artwork produced by local artists from NPA Art Centre

Image: Sea totems on silk. Artist - Peter Mathew Kulla Kulla

The Northern Peninsula Area Arts Centre (NPA) is located in the beautiful Aboriginal community of New Mapoon, 40kms from the Tip of Cape York Peninsula, the northern most point on the Australian Continent. 

Our artists hail from the three Aboriginal Communities of Injinoo, Umagico and New Mapoon, and two Torres Strait Islander Communities of Bamaga and Seisia. Together, they make up the five communities of the Northern Peninsula Area. 

With such diverse communities, all in close proximity, our artists draw inspiration for their artworks from the land, sea, family & cultural ties, language and traditional stories passed down through song and dance. 

As the only arts centre in the NPA region, our vision is to promote, preserve, empower, harness and capture the artistic creative talents of our artists and their artworks that showcases the rich cultural diversity that is the NPA. 

All visitors are welcome. 

 

Contact Information

Dev Lengjel – Arts Centre Manager

p:  (07) 4048 6608 | m:  0493 091 542 | 

e:   dev.lengjel@nparc.qld.gov.au 
w:  www.nparc.qld.gov.au

NPA ART CENTRE - BUSINESS HOURS FOR PUBLIC

 

MONDAY

CLOSED

TUESDAY TO THURSDAY

10am -12pm

2pm – 4pm

FRIDAY

8AM – 3PM

SATURDAY

CLOSED

SUNDAY

CLOSED

PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

CLOSED