Arts and Cultural Services

Murrumbidgee Council is a member of Western Riverina Arts (WRA), a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting the development and promotion of the arts in Griffith, Leeton, Narrandera and Murrumbidgee. Formally launched in 2011 WRA is part of a network of 14 Regional Arts Boards in NSW, coordinated by Regional Arts NSW. Western Riverina Arts is funded by the NSW State Government through Arts NSW, and works in partnership with member councils: Narrandera Shire Council, Leeton Shire Council, Griffith City Council and Murrumbidgee Council.

To see what opportunities and events are available through WRA currently, visit their website    or follow them on facebook


Are you an artist or organisation looking to write a grant application that will stand out from the crowd? Are you wanting to ensure that your application secures the funding you need to deliver your creative projects or to help you get an idea off the ground?
In light of the recent opening for RAF and RAF Boost funding programs, RANSW will be presenting two "Funding Fundamentals" grant writing webinars.
Facilitated by Creative Plus Business and supported by Business Connect, the workshops will equip participants with the skills they need to research and prepare for, as well as write and manage a successful grant application.
There is the option to book in for 1 of 2 webinars:
Thursday 23 July, 6pm -8pm
nday 27 July, 1pm -3pm
To register or for more information visit

Local Exhibitions

Local Artists Exhibitions are regularly held at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery. Visit their website below for details:



Kidman Way

Coleambally NSW 2707

Phone: 02 6954 4800

Tirkandi Inaburra Cultural and Development Centre is an Aboriginal community run centre offering Aboriginal boys aged 12-15 a culturally-based residential program aimed at reducing future contact with the criminal justice system by strengthening the boys’ cultural identity, self-esteem and resilience.

For more information, please visit the Tirkandi Inaburra Cultural and Development Centre Website.