20 Years Strong
Celebrate 20 years of Indigenous Knowledge Centres (IKC) in Queensland.
IKCs are a hub for community, providing a place to gather and participate in programs based on community interests including traditional knowledge, culture and languages.
The first 7 IKCs opened in 2002, at Lockhart River, Aurukun, Erub, Mabauig, New Mapoon, Pormpuraaw and Wujal Wujal. Since then, a number of other centres have opened and now there are 26 across Queensland all created in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Shire and Regional Councils.
IKCs are place-based, and no two are the same, as they respond to the unique needs of their community and offer a whole cultural precinct wrapped up in one small building. Find out more about the showcase.