Kurongkurl Katitjin’s main building is located on the Mount Lawley Campus. We also have an office and student facilities at ECU's Joondalup and South West (Bunbury) Campuses.
Kurongkurl Katitjin provides dedicated study and relaxation areas for the University’s Indigenous Australian students.
On the Mount Lawley Campus, there is a computer laboratory, equipped with 12 computers, a scanner, printer and multi-page photocopier. There is also a student common room furnished with lounges, a dining table, fridge, microwave and tea and coffee making facilities.
On the Joondalup Campus, we have a smaller room equipped with a computer and desk space for quiet study time.
It is envisaged that the gallery will become a fully functioning Indigenous Interpretive Centre. The six Nyoongar seasons are reflected by the character, materials, colour, texture and general feel of the times of the year in the gardens surrounding the building. The intention is to have artworks and other displays reflect the relevant seasons as they occur.
Visitors to the gallery will be able to consider the artwork and other information provided to expand their understanding of Indigenous culture. This is a vision instigated by a former Vice Chancellor, Professor Millicent Poole, and remains a key goal for Kurongkurl Katitjin.
The gallery exhibits Indigenous artworks from ECU’s art collection and other special exhibitions throughout the year.