Let us answer the most frequently asked questions we receive about art, shipping, ethical practices and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our address is 3057 Caves Road Yallingup in the heart of the Margaret River Region. You’ll find us at the entrance to Yallingup Maze and Mini Golf and beside Jilyara cellar door. If you see the flags out we’re open!

Our current opening hours are Monday-Friday 10-4PM, Saturday 11-4PM. We are closed on Sundays and Public Holiday Mondays but can open via appointment. For most up to date hours esp over holdiays and public holiday weekends, please see our socials/google maps.

Our original Aboriginal Artworks are from Australia-wide. Visitors love exploring the diversity of the world’s oldest living culture. We have a number of wonderful local Noongar emerging and senior artists. Artists from further North WA, Western Desert, Central Australia, APY Lands, and North Queensland. Our colletion is constantly changing.

We source our art direct from artists, on consignment, from other galleries around the country, from art fairs and auctions. All works are ethically sourced and are accompanied with a certificate of provenence, artist biography and story behind the art.

All of our artworks may be purchased via our website, or in person via our gallery in Yallingup.  Shipping is calculated after purchase. Simply email us for a tailored quote

The most economical and safe way to ship art is unstretched in a tube. Please read our detailed shipping policy. Once you make purchase simply email us and we can customise shipping to your needs

Yes. You can secure purchase of art via a 20% deposit. You then have up to 12 weeks to complete payment. Once the artwork is paid for in full we will arrange transportation. If you decide to cancel your purchase please note, 10% of the total purchase price in admin fee applies.

Most of our artworks are original paintings. We do sell some limited edition prints by local artists Josh Whiteland and John Sara.

Yallingup Aboriginal Art are members of the Aboriginal Art Association of Australia (AAAA) which serves and represents artists, individuals and organisations that produce, promote, protect or support Indigenous art and the cultures that create and nurture that art. We only source art from ethical sources and all of are original works come with a certificate of provenence, artist bio and story behind the art. Being a small business, we promptly pay all of our artists within 2 business days of their works being sold. We are progressing our Indigenous Art Code membership now that we have been operating for 6 months.

No! We welcome all visitors and there is no charge to come and browse out beautiful collection. Immerse yourself in the arts and read the story behind every piece

We have a lovely collection of books, boomerangs, clapping sticks, didgeridoos, crockery, earrings, scarfs, candles and more!