Nyamba Buru Yawuru
Hours: 7.30am to 4.30pm
Ngaji gurrjin! Wirriya ngangaran liyan nyamba buru Yawuru (Hello. We hope you are feeling good in our Yawuru country). The Yawuru people are the traditional owners of the lands and waters in and around Rubibi (the town of Broome) and we have always shared our stories and culture with visitors to this country.
The Liyanngan Nyirrwa Cultural Wellbeing Centre is on the grounds of Nyamba Buru Yawuru in Cable Beach. It’s a community-focused venue with professional staff and state of the art facilities that can accommodate up to 100 people in a comfortable, architect-designed building set amongst a relaxing garden landscape. NBY also offers a range of cultural services including Welcomes to Country and smoking ceremonies.
To explore Broome’s unique multicultural history, you can download the app and listen to personal stories of pearling history from local characters with free our Jetty to Jetty walking tour.
You can learn also some Yawuru words and phrases from our language app.
The Yawuru ‘mabu liyan’ philosophy of healthy spirit and positive wellbeing empowers individuals and families with cultural and social strength and is reflected in all the work done on country, with our community and on maintaining and revitalising culture.
You can discover more about Yawuru here or call for more information (08) 9192 9600.
We hope you enjoy spending time in Yawuru country.
To discover more about Yawuru, we welcome you to our Mabu Mayi Café in the garden setting of our Liyanngan Nyirrwa centre. The café offers Broome flavours influenced by Yawuru seasonal produce and is surrounded by artworks and information that tells stories of Yawuru cultural heritage. We also have gifts and products that reflect the unique heritage and environment of this beautiful region.