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Binal Mungka Bayan (‘house of knowing things’)



Our three main clans – the Kuku Yalanji, Kuku Nyungul and Jalunji – have been in the Wujal Wujal township and surrounding region since the dreamtime. Our oral histories and storytelling dates back thousands of years.

Today our Aboriginal painting, storytelling, oral histories and languages are alive in traditional form and performance, and also through technology and multimedia. The traditional and the digital come together at Binal Mungka Bayan (‘house of knowing things’) our Indigenous Knowledge Centre at Wujal Wujal. 

Access our collections

Everyone is welcome to call in and relax in our quiet ‘Culture Corner’ to enjoy our local arts and culture collections. You can also research our educational material and read the latest books and magazines. Come in and watch our cultural DVDs featuring short stories about our history and heritage. You can also listen to recordings made by Wujal Wujal’s own Radio Indigenous Broadcasting Services. These oral histories feature our community elders telling their stories, keeping our indigenous traditions alive. These stories are also archived by the State Library of Queensland. 


Our centre’s resources have been used for community projects. The DotComMob was established in 2005 to help remote indigenous communities access digital technologies for education, training, literacy and fun. In 2009, the Wujal Wujal Council partnered with DotComMob, corporate sponsors and the State Library of Queensland to upgrade our technology centre with computers and laptops. The group also provide training and have started local digital technology, cultural history, music and arts projects.

The DotComMob used Binal Mungka Bayan’s resources to write and record their own multimedia Rap song, describing their life in the Wujal Wujal community.

You can view the video here:

Connect in our technology centre

You can search the library catalogue for free and use internet services in our technology centre. This is useful for locals who don’t have home internet but need to connect with family or access online services. It is also a handy back-up for visitors to our community who need to make travel bookings, access email and Skype connections.

Programmes for children

We offer after-school educational programmes for children, fully supervised by our centre staff. Children can also use our iPads to look at educational material.

What’s on 

Mum's & Bubs - 1st Tuesday of the Month

Tech Savvy Seniors & Deadly Digital communities as required. One on One or small groups.

Opening Hours

Monday to Thursday: 8:00am - 3:00pm

Friday: 8:00am - 12:00pm

The centre is closed on the weekend.

Contact us

Come and visit us at

Binal Mungka Bayan (Indigenous Knowledge Centre)

Hartwig Street 

Wujal Wujal, QLD, 4895 



 photo credit: Kylie Mills