Wan’din’in is a Kabi Kabi word that means a gathering of people. It is an Arts Space and a Meeting Place.
Wan’din’in was built behind the museum in 2015 with the assistance of a 'Building Our Future' Australian Government Community Development Grant. Joined to the rest of the museum in the 2021 renovations, it remains our primary temporary exhibition space, with a regular turnover of exhibitions. These frequently feature fine art but are sometimes historical in nature also.
Wan’din’in remains available to any community-focused group who would like to use this special meeting place. It is used for workshops developed by the museum and external groups.
Availability may depend on our exhibitions but please contact us any time to discuss how we can assist.