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Mirrabooka

Aboriginal Experience

From only $600

This incredible experience is available on demand for private groups. We recommend  larger groups of 8 or more, but are happy to chat about smaller groups.

Aboriginal Cultural Experience In Brisbane
Riverlife Mirabooka offers you an exclusive and intimate Indigenous cultural experience with Brisbane Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers. Enjoy the rich cultural heritage of the Yuggera tribe and participate in traditional songs and dances with Didgeridoo performances. Located in the evocative Kangaroo Point Bushland, you will feel the wonder and excitement of Australia magical Indigenous culture as you hear the ancient stories, music and customs of the Yuggera tribe.

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Develop an awareness of the diverse aspects of contemporary Aboriginal culture by:
  • Witnessing and participating in traditional song and dance passed down over many generations
  • Discovering primitive fire starting techniques
  • Playing Aboriginal musical instruments (such as didgeridoos)
  • And listening to Indigenous educational talks that offer an insight into Aboriginal life and history of this ancient land.

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AWARD WINNING Aboriginal Cultural Experience
Riverlife Mirabooka are now in the Queensland Tourism Awards Hall of Fame for the Best Indigenous Product in Queensland, Australia. They have won numerous awards for reconciliation and helping young aboriginal children.

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Please Note

Our Aboriginal experiences are subject to minimum numbers. | Booking essential – Please call us for all enquiries. | Packages for off-site performances are also available.

Welcome to Country

Are you a school or group going on an excursion? Media, international students or visitors to our beautiful country?

Riverlife Mirrabooka also performs authentic ‘Welcome to Country’ ceremonies and promotes an awareness of Indigenous culture, history and traditions. Since the group’s formation twelve years ago, the Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers have performed to audiences in Australia and throughout the world. Already popular with travellers from the UK and Europe, their audience members range from Queen Elizabeth II to the street children of Asia.