Corroboree Dream Art one of the most large gallery in the region and with 35 years’ experience in Contemporary and Aboriginal Art, is committed to sell the best Indigenous fine art from recognised Indigenous Artists, and also from new and emerging talent.

When purchasing our art you can rest assured that it will be of good quality and will be authentic. You will receive the artwork with our Gallery Certificate of Authenticity along with a photo of the artist.

We are genuine gallery owners, so all of our art is made to a high standard. Our Art is composed on a 12” high quality canvas, using top quality artists’ paint. If the paints used are not high quality, the image will have no resilience. We are certain that the quality of our Aboriginal art will exceed your expectations.

An easy and picturesque one hour drive from Adelaide, come and visit us and enjoy viewing our gallery of genuine Aboriginal Art and Gifts.

Corroboree Dream Art Gallery and Gift store is located in the main street in the heart of Tanunda, situated in the Barossa Valley region of South Australia.

The beautiful town of Tanunda gets its name from the Aboriginal word meaning water hole.

Meet the Artists and see Aboriginal Paintings in Creation

In our Gallery and Shop, we regularly hold 'Meet The Artist' days, where you can come and watch our Aboriginal Artists construct and create an original artwork. Contact us for details of the next Meet the Artist day.

Corroboree Dream Art primarily gets its name from Corroboree which is a generic word to explain different genres of performance / theatrical practices which in the northwest of Australia include balga, wangga, lirrga, junba, Bardi Ilma and many more.

Corroboree is often interaction with the Dreamtime through dance, music and costume where Australian Aborigines often paint their bodies in various ways.

Our Commitment to our clients
We are dedicated to delivering top-tier, genuine artworks to our clientele, along with outstanding customer service and genuine value for their investment. 

How we buy our artworks
We procure the majority of our artworks directly from independent artists, curators who maintain authentic, close-knit, and joyful relationships with artists, and, whenever feasible, from art centres.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch
Feel free to reach out to us for any assistance you may need. We're passionate about engaging with individuals worldwide to discuss the diverse facets of Aboriginal art and culture. Don't hesitate to get in touch!

We look forward to hearing from you soon.