Warburton Ranges is in the traditional homelands of the Ngaanyatjarra Aboriginal people, whose cultural heritage goes back many thousands of years. Ngaanyatjarra people have a rich traditional life and strong, lived connections to their country.

The community is in Western Australia, just to the south of the Gibson Desert and located on the Great Central Road. At the 2011 census, Warburton had a population of 474.

The Great Central Road extends for 560 km to Laverton, SW of Warburton and roughly the same distance to Yulara/ Uluru in the North East. 

The Great Central Road section of the Outback way is an inspiring and beautiful journey for all who undertake it. This road will bring you to many interesting places along the way and very importantly to Warburton Ranges itself, the home and showcase of the internationally acclaimed Warburton Collection at the Tjulyuru Exhibition Space.

Warburton Arts Project has worked on many different projects since 1989 including the development of Warburton Community's art glass facility in 1993, it's rock art program (1992) and heritage "back to country" trips it organised from 1989 onwards. 

The collection has gone on international tours to China in 2013-2014.

The printed posters available on this site are only a small sample representation of the Tjulyurru Gallery paintings collection. Proceeds from the sale of posters goes to support the Warburton Arts Community and artists.  

Pulpurru Davies: Wangurnu 2010, 500mm x 12mm float glass dish.


The Director for the project is Gary Proctor.


Tjulyurru Regional Gallery

Visitor inquiries at Shire of Ngaayatjarraku
Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm
T:  08 8956 7966