100% Aboriginal ownedPositive reconciliation in actionAboriginal art and cultural revival

Yaam darruy ngiina gaduyaygu – It’s good to meet you

Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance approaches community development from a positive perspective.

We focus our efforts on what gives Aboriginal people an advantage: their culture.

Our work enables more Aboriginal people to participate in niche employment opportunities within

  • Corporate sponsorship
  • Festival or cultural program partnerships
  • Volunteering at our Festival
  • Donations

"Projects like these directly, positively and quite profoundly enable the school to lift levels of participation and retention"

"Aboriginal boys who are experiencing problems need to be able to practice their culture, spend time with Elders and take part in cultural practices that are fun"

"I reckon dancing can get you places and can get you out of trouble. You learn more about your culture from dancing and what your culture is about"

Partner With Us

Opportunities to support us include:

  • Corporate sponsorship
  • Festival or cultural program partnerships
  • Volunteering at our Festival
  • Donations

Our general manager Chris Spencer will be delighted to contact you back to yarn about our upcoming projects and how you or your organisation can help.

We are a charity

The Alliance is a registered charity with the Australian Charities and Not for Profit Commission (ACNC) and holds Public Benevolent Institution (PBI) and Deductible Gift Recipient status with the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). This allows for individuals and companies to donate to the Alliance. All donations over $2.00 are tax deductible.

Who Are We?

Learn more about Saltwater Freshwaters board & management team

What we do?

View the amazing work Saltwater Freshwater does and how it makes a positive impact on our community.

Want us to call you?

Our general manager Chris Spencer will be delighted to contact you back to yarn about our upcoming projects and how you or your organisation can help.