Named after the mountain on which it sits, Jellurgal is the Gold Coast’s only dedicated Aboriginal cultural centre.

Offering guided tours of significant historical sites on Burleigh Headland as well as other cultural experiences, the centre caters for local, interstate and international tourism.

The centre itself houses an Aboriginal art gallery and historical boardwalk display as well as artefacts and gifts for sale.

The services of Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre form part of Kalwun’s commitment to delivering essential cultural knowledge to people of the Gold Coast and wider community about the Yugambeh speaking people of this area.

Gifts for sale

Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre has a range of authentic Aboriginal gifts and souvenirs.

From art and jewellery to homewares, bags and wallets, there is an extensive range of items with many individually crafted by hand. Each item has been carefully chosen to ensure that it has been designed or made in Australia by authentic producers.

Art gallery

Step into Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre and you are instantly greeted by a wall of colour, the Aboriginal art display.

The display showcases work from local Aboriginal artists across the Gold Coast region with small and large canvases and a range of different subjects and methods of painting.

From dolphins and goannas to Dreamtime story depictions, the gallery is home to authentic one-of-a-kind pieces from dedicated artists.

Wearable art is also on display.

Enjoy the gallery or take something home for yourself, most of the artworks are available for sale.

Location and contact details

1711 Gold Coast Highway, Burleigh Heads QLD
PO Box 3, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220
Phone: (07) 5525 5955

Visit Jellurgal's website to find out more about the centre.


Kalwun acknowledges the various Traditional Custodians on whose land we meet, share, learn, work and live. We pay our respect to the Elders past, present and emerging and extend our respect to Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people from all Nations of this land.

WARNING: Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website may contain images, voices or names of deceased persons in photographs, film, audio recordings or text.