Unique Aboriginal Designs &
Indigenous Artwork

Ngarga Warendj – (Dancing Wombat) produces high quality contemporary Indigenous Art, using designs based on traditional symbols from South-East Australia.

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Ngarga Warendj produces high quality art, with all designs based on traditional symbols from South-East Australia. Corporate gifts are one of our specialities. 

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Ngarga Warendj works with clients to create artwork suitable for specific projects, which including RAP plans, public art installations, and much more.

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Bespoke Installations

The Ngarga Warendj team have worked with numerous corporate clients, providing artwork, products and bespoke installations for their specific requirements. 

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About The Artist

Mick Harding

As a member of the Taungurung people in Victoria, Australia, Mick Harding draws upon his Aboriginal heritage in his artwork. From woodworking and sculpture to printmaking and giftwares, his designs showcase indigenous art in a contemporary style.

His company, Ngarga Warendj Dancing Wombat, offers Aboriginal gifts and products that are not only handmade, but also produced through ethical licensing agreements. In this way, Mick continues to honour traditional Aboriginal culture while also pushing the boundaries of indigenous art for sale.

Whether it's a carved wooden boomerang or a screen-printed t-shirt featuring Aboriginal art designs, Mick's work is the perfect example of modern Aboriginal crafts and storytelling.



This striking artwork was not only the centrepiece of our launch event, it has now become a symbol of Western Water’s commitment to reconciliation. 

Western Water RAP Committee

Mick's creations are second to none. His workmanship, creativity integrity, experience and reliability all stem from his deep connections to his culture, his work and his family 

Sharon David
Active Weighing Solutions

Mick Harding provides a clear inspiration to his industry through the passion that he demonstrates in getting Indigenous Arts and business elevated in awareness and quality.

Sue Anderson
Design Sprint Facilitation

Mick is a creative Koorie man whose art work and whose advocay of Koorie people have won him respect across Victoria 

Anthony Rodaughan
Kurnai College

Ngarga Warendj expresses cultural integrity in place and respect for culture, which very much reflects how we represent shopKOORIE and our organisation more broadly.

Tom Mosby
Koorie Heritage Trust
Ngarga Warendj acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country - their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to all Traditional Owners of the past, communities of today and those leaders of the future