Muru Mittigar offers a range of facilities available for use by the local community, general public, not-for-profit and corporate sectors.

The Muru Mittigar Meeting Place is available for hire during business hours Monday – Friday at a nominal fee; providing the perfect venue for school group activities, community workshops or corporate meetings, with onsite catering (featuring traditional bush tucker) available to suit a wide range of tastes.

MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES

Our multi-purpose venue is also available for hire for a wide range of purposes, including strategic planning weekends, business and community meetings and workshops, school excursions and community functions.

The Muru Mittigar centre offers seating for up to 30 people for presentations or can be set up board room style for smaller gatherings.

AMPHITHEATRE

Muru Mittigar’s outdoor amphitheatre provides an exceptional space for up to 200 people and is used in training and presentation programs including corroborees, dance performances, storytelling and didgeridoo workshops.

This idyllic setting can also be hired for individual, corporate or community functions.

CATERING

Catering is available for all functions with a variety of menus available including bush tucker foods such as damper, native jams, game meats, fish, native herbs and spices and various beverages.

Group booking programs can include Bush Tucker Tasting and the sumptuous Great Australian BBQ as part of the pre-ordered package.

*Please note: Catering orders must be placed at time of booking. Catering can only be supplied upon prior request – minimum 1 day notice.

RETAIL SHOP AND ART GALLERY

Our retail shop and art gallery maintains a strict policy of stocking authentic Aboriginal made products that we source from communities throughout New South Wales. The aim of the retail shop and art gallery is to provide an income and in some cases employment for Aboriginal people.

A range of unique artworks, didgeridoos, boomerangs, ceramics, clothing, jewellery and native jams and spices can also be purchased through the Muru Mittigar Online Shop.

NGARRA ABORIGINAL KNOWLEDGE CENTRE

The Ngarra Aboriginal Knowledge Centre provides visitors with a unique learning experience, celebrating the richness and diversity of the Darug people.

Ngarra (a Darug word meaning ‘Country’) will operate as a keeping place for significant Aboriginal artefacts, which will be available for public viewing, with both permanent and temporary exhibits also housed onsite. Ngarra will offer an interactive educational experience, with Aboriginal guides sharing the culture, history, and significance of the Darug people, the traditional custodians of the land.

meetings-and-conferences-penrithOur multi-purpose venue is also available for hire for a wide range of purposes, including strategic planning weekends, business and community meetings and workshops, school excursions and community functions. The Muru Mittigar centre offers seating for up to 30 people for presentations or can be set up board room style for smaller gatherings.

muru-mittigar-amphitheatreMuru Mittigar’s outdoor amphitheatre provides an exceptional space for up to 200 people and is used in training and presentation programs including corroborees, dance performances, storytelling and didgeridoo workshops. This idyllic setting can also be hired for individual, corporate or community functions.

catering-penrith-aboriginal-foodCatering is available for all functions with a variety of menus available including bush tucker foods such as damper, native jams, game meats, fish, native herbs and spices and various beverages. Group booking programs can include Bush Tucker Tasting and the sumptuous Great Australian BBQ as part of the pre-ordered package.

*Please note: Catering orders must be placed at time of booking. Catering can only be supplied upon prior request – minimum 1 day notice.

muru-mittigar-retail-shopOur retail shop and art gallery maintains a strict policy of stocking authentic Aboriginal made products that we source from communities throughout New South Wales. The aim of the retail shop and art gallery is to provide an income and in some cases employment for Aboriginal people. A range of unique artworks, didgeridoos, boomerangs, ceramics, clothing, jewellery and native jams and spices can also be purchased through the Muru Mittigar Online Shop – coming soon.
traditional-knowledge-centreThe Ngarra Aboriginal Knowledge Centre – due to open in March 2014 – will provide visitors with a unique learning experience, celebrating the richness and diversity of the Darug people. Ngarra (a Darug word meaning ‘Country’) will operate as a keeping place for significant Aboriginal artefacts, which will be available for public viewing, with both permanent and temporary exhibits also housed onsite. Ngarra will offer an interactive educational experience, with Aboriginal guides sharing the culture, history, and significance of the Darug people, the traditional custodians of the land.