Nagula Jarndu Designs

1/12 Gregory Street, Broome, WA, 6725

Nagula Jarndu (Saltwater Woman) is an Indigenous governed and directed not-for-profit organisation that has been running for over 30 years. It is a space for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to come together to create contemporary art, textiles and products inspired by liyan (feeling) and imagery from Country and Dreaming.

Our Artists


Shipping policy

  • AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market & Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair Foundation takes no responsibility for the negotiation, coordination or distribution of freight and shipping of purchases made at the 2021 online AIATSIS Indigenous Art Market. Items customers wish to purchase may require a manual quote for freight which will be charged separately.
  • Shipping and freight costs are not included in the advertised purchase price unless this is stipulated at the point of purchase of the item by the Art Centre/Participant/Vendor.
  • If shipping and freight costs are not stipulated at point of purchase, all shipping and freight costs must be arranged directly with the Art Centre/Participant/Vendor from where the purchase was made.
  • If multiple items are purchased from different Art Centre/Participants/Vendors in the same transaction, customers must arrange shipping with each Art Centre/Participant/Vendor.

Refund policy

No refunds except for faulty or incorrect sent goods. Art centre credit or refund.

Return policy

No returns except for faulty or incorrect sent goods. Art centre credit or refund.