The TARNANTHI Art Fair presents the latest work from over 40 art centres from across Australia. Art lovers and collectors can buy works of art directly from artists at the Art Fair, held during TARNANTHI’s opening weekend. 

This year’s Art Fair welcomes ten new art centres, including Bábbarra Designs, which represents the community of TARNANTHI feature artist John Mawurndjul.

Art production is a key source of income for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and the Art Fair brings together city-based, regional, emerging and established artists from across the nation exclusively to Adelaide. 

Works of art are available for sale at various price points.


The TANDANYA Arts Cafe is open during the TARNANTHI Art Fair serving a delicious menu featuring Australian native ingredients. Think kangaroo bushman pie, fresh meat and salad sandwiches with bush tomato relish, lemon myrtle tart, rivermint brownie and more.

All Art Centres have EFTPOS and credit card facilities. There is an ATM located on site. 

Toilets are located inside the venue. 

TARNANTHI Art Fair is a wheelchair friendly event. 

Presented in partnership with TANDANYA National Aboriginal Cultural Institute and with support from the City of Adelaide.


APY Art Centre Collective (SA)
-Ernabella Arts
-Iwantja Arts
-Kaltjiti Arts -Mimili Maku Arts
-Ninuku Arts -Tjala Arts
-Tjungu Palya
Arts Ceduna (formerly Tjutjuna Arts) (SA) 
-Oak Valley Artists
-Yalata Women’s Centre  
Bábbarra Designs (NT)
Baluk Arts (Vic)
Buku-Larrnggay Mulka Centre (NT)
Bula’bula Arts Aboriginal Corporation (NT)
Durrmu Arts (NT)
Gapuwiyak Culture and Arts Aboriginal Corporation (NT)
Girringun Aboriginal Art Centre (Qld)
Hermannsburg Potters (NT)
Iltja Ntjarra/Many Hands Art Centre (NT)
Ikuntji Artists (NT)
Injalak Arts and Crafts Association (NT)
Jilamara Arts and Crafts (NT)
Kimberley Aboriginal Artists (WA) -Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency
-Mowanjum Aboriginal Art & Culture Centre  
-Waringarri Aboriginal Arts  
-Warmun Art Centre
Maningrida Arts and Culture (NT)
Marnin Studio – Marninwarntikura Women’s Resource Centre (WA)
Merrepen Arts (NT)
Munupi Arts & Crafts (NT)
Nagula Jarndu (WA)
Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation (NT)
Papunya Tjupi Arts (NT)
Pormpuraaw Art and Culture Centre (Qld)
Spinifex Hill Artists (WA)
Tangentyere Artists (NT)
The Purple House
Tjanpi Desert Weavers (NT)
Warlukurlangu Artists of Yuendumu (NT)
Yarrenyty Arltere Artists (NT)