The Waradah Aboriginal Centre is a landmark place that showcases the extraordinary talents and proud celebration of Aboriginal Indigenous culture, art and dance. Located adjacent to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park on the ground floor of the Heritage Centre, this is the ideal location for local and worldwide visitors to experience authentic song and dance performances, dreamtime stories and quality authentic artworks and crafts.

The Waradah Aboriginal Centre is a landmark place that showcases the extraordinary talents and proud celebration of Aboriginal Indigenous culture, art and dance. Located adjacent to the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park on the ground floor of the Heritage Centre, this is the ideal location for local and worldwide visitors to experience authentic song and dance performances, dreamtime stories and quality authentic artworks and crafts.

At Waradah, experience the highlight of the live cultural performances (4-5 person performances). The live performance area is a dedicated theatre accessed through the centre.There is lecture on the Aboriginal culture and history ( approximately 5-minutes), followed by a Didgeridoo and audience interaction performance, including live dancers. The Corroboree (dance) showcases four to five authentic dances; performed by Aboriginal dancers in traditional paint and costume.

The Centre is a combination Art Gallery and Performance Attraction. Lectures at the Centre provide an introduction to Australian Aboriginal Culture, including the story of the Three Sisters and an explanation of a traditional tool kit permanently on display. The Art is a showcase of authentic paintings, digeridoo's, sculptures and pottery. Experienced indigenous staff explain to visitors the background of the art. The authentic art and other gallery craft items from around Australia are available for purchase.