Following an announcement from the NSW Government on 23 December, additional entry requirements are now in place across all of our venues.
The Museum of Art and Culture, yapang (MAC yapang) is uniquely positioned within five hectares of leafy grounds on the shore of Lake Macquarie. The award-winning art museum has a cafe, retail shop, Sculpture Park and mosaic pathways. It is an ideal destination for visitors and guided tours are available for small and large groups. Admission is free.
The word yapang (pronounced yar pung) means journey/pathway in Awabakal and is the name given to a new dedicated Aboriginal program within the Museum of Art and Culture Lake Macquarie, yapang (MAC). The initiative is a natural progression of the 19-year relationship between the art museum and Aboriginal Reference Group.
Through yapang, you will always be able to view contemporary Aboriginal art and participate in related programming throughout the year.
Wording by the Aboriginal Reference Group and translated by Miromaa Aboriginal Language and Technology Centre.
For more information about the Museum of Art and Culture, including the café, Sculpture Park and site history visit the MAC website.