Bardi Arts & Cultural Experiences

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Christmas/New Year Closure

The Ardi’ol team is taking a short break over the Xmas/New Year period.

Our last day of trading will be Wednesday 22nd December 2021 & we will re-open on Thursday 6th January 2022.

Wishing you and your family a happy and safe Christmas & New Year


Bardi Art & Culture is who we are - Right Way, Bardi Way


Ardi’ol is teaching young people the Bardi Way of life, keeping our language, law and country alive. Sharing our art & culture with the world!

About Ardi’ol Art & Culture

Ardi’ol is 100% owned, managed and operated by Bardi people and offers cultural experiences sharing traditional stories, song, dance, authentic art and more. 

Visit our Art Gallery to purchase authentic local art as a small takeaway to remember your Ardi’ol experience. Cultural artefacts, fishing shirts, canvas prints, carved shells and Boab nuts, plus local bush medicines for sale.

We also have an online store at for your convenience. 

We are a team of three, supported by our Bardi elders as cultural advisors.

Bardi Elders and cultural advisors

Ardi’ol Team






Art & Tours



Art & Tours

Ardi'ol logo

Ardi’ol is a clan group of the Bardi tribe. It covers the areas of Ardyaloon Community, from Baninygoon (West) to Lirramarr (North).

The logo is our family’s traditional design carved on a pearl shell, this is called a ‘Riji’. It was handed down to our family over 100 years ago, and is six generations old. We still use it in our traditional ceremonies today, as it represents who we are.


Ardyaloon (One Arm Point) is an Aboriginal Australian community town on the Dampier Peninsula, located in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.