Australia’s Aboriginal people have the world’s oldest living culture, and numerous language groups and cultures. The diversity of languages, cultural beliefs and customs add to the complexity and richness of Australia’s Aboriginal cultures.
Discover Queensland’s experiences – Uncover the hidden treasures of the Daintree area with Walkabout Adventures, learn to play a didgeridoo and throw a boomerang in Cairns at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Ingan Tours offer a range of stunning walking tours and the opportunity to kayak amidst the rainforest just south of Cairns or a quick visit to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on the Gold Coast will provide an opportunity to experience Australia’s amazing native wildlife and learn about Aboriginal culture.
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Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Conveniently located on the southern Gold Coast, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary gives you the opportunity to experience Australia’s amazing native wildlife and learn about Aboriginal culture in one, easily accessible location.
The rich culture of Aboriginal heritage is celebrated daily at 3.30pm with a spectacular show featuring dances, stories and the distinctive rhythms of the didgeridoo.
|Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary|
|Phone||1300 886 511|
|Address||28 Tomewin Street, Currumbin Queensland 4223. Australia|
Experience the unique culture of Rainforest Aboriginal people on these walking and kayaking tours through awe-inspiring rainforest in the World Heritage Listed Wet Tropics of Far North Queensland. These tours provide an opportunity to gain a unique insight into the sacred values and time-honoured ancestral knowledge of the local Jirrbal Aboriginal people.
|Phone||1300 728 067|
|Address||5 Blackman Street Tully, QLD 4854, Australia|
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Discover the mesmerising magic of Australia’s ancient Aboriginal culture near Cairns at Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park. Witness a spectacular theatrical performance which will take you on a fascinating journey deep into dreamtime legend.
By day, learn to play the didgeridoo, throw a traditional boomerang or spear, and gain insight into how bush foods were used to create medicinal remedies. Tjapukai By Night is an all-inclusive dinner show jam packed with music and dance. Participate in a traditional fire making ceremony and witness as one of the world’s oldest living cultures is brought to life through a series of awe-inspiring performances.
|Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park|
|Phone||07 4042 9999|
|Address||Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Cairns Western Arterial Road Caravonica Queensland 4878|
Walkabout Cultural Adventures
Visit the Daintree Rainforest to enjoy the lush scenery and abundant wildlife, try your hand at throwing spears and enjoy a taste of bush tucker. Your local Aboriginal guide, Juan Walker, a young Kuku Yalanji man from the Daintree Mossman area will take you to the secret spots others don’t get to see and will share his local bush knowledge and Aboriginal history with you.
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