Primary & Secondary School Aboriginal Workshops & Shows

School Aboriginal Workshops. Browse our primary and secondary school Aboriginal workshop providers. Enquire here about any of these providers or select one to view below.

 

Indigenous dance - Rainforestation Nature Park

Discover Indigenous Australia through Virtual Reality. Edg VR has been created by world renowned educators, experts and developers utilising the latest technology. Using our bespoke software platform and unique content, Edg VR networks 35 devices; every child... > View Profile

Aboriginal Myths & Legends - a VR experience

Learn to hunt with a boomerang, eat grubs to survive or even dance with authentic tribesmen.   In this workshop you can become immersed in the aboriginal culture in fully interactive games, 360 videos and an animated film outlining some of the popular beliefs of... > View Profile

Banyip Kidjeka - Stolen Generations Workshop

Banyip Kidjeka (brother~sister) will take you on a unique journey through Australia’s untold history. Beginning with a musical tribute, Eva Jo and Kutcha go on to relate their experiences as members of The Stolen Generations, and reveal where their lives have taken them... > View Profile

Deadly Australians

Educational Awareness Programme Deadly Australians is an entertaining and educational presentation on the unique venomous animals that live in our backyards, bush and oceans. Naturally curious and learning from close inspection and touch, this age group is particularly... > View Profile

Traditional and Ancestral Skills

  Rocky Instincts provides school workshops that teach a range of traditional skills from a variety of cultures including Australian Aboriginal, European, Asian, African and many more. Our philosophy is that traditional skills that are core ancestral practices were mastered... > View Profile

Wominjeka: The Thank You workshop

WOMINJEKA: THE THANK YOU WORKKSHOP Suitable for Australian Studies/History from Year 4, 5, 6 and also secondary (curriculum details below). Presented by musician/writer/storyteller Jan 'Yarn' Wositzky, famous as being a founder of The Bushwackers Band, and much... > View Profile

Aboriginal Incursions

Aboriginal Incursions is our exciting newly redeveloped cultural education program tailored for schools, colleges, universities, institutions and special needs establishments. Koomurri founders Russell Dawson together with his wife and partner Connie Dawson hold an... > View Profile

Koori Kinnections

Here at Koori Kinnections, we offer a range of educational tours and workshops on the northern side of Sydney. From bush tucker-fusion cooking? classes to  guided bushwalks, artefacts foods and resource talks, weaving workshops and much more! What we offer to... > View Profile

Aboriginal Teachings

Have you ever thrown a boomerang and caught it back? Well this is the opportunity to learn! And who would be better than an Australian Aboriginal man to teach you? During this workshop, you will learn about the variety of boomerangs and its many different uses.Children or... > View Profile

Indigenous incursions

We provide indigenous artists Australia wide. from nature walks, welcome to country, a smoking ceremony to didgeridoo making and song and dance workshops. Book an artist for a session or how about a whole unit of work. > View Profile

Aboriginal Workshops

My name is Rick Roser. I am an Aboriginal artist and presenter in Queensland, Australia, my grandmothers country is Bigambul (S.Qld). Some of my artworks have been collected in the National Gallery & State Galleries, museums and private collections. I have visited more... > View Profile

Koora Middi Aboriginal Excursion and Incursions

INDIGENOUS HISTORY, DREAMTIME STORIES and BUSH TOOLS session Koora means “In the beginning” Middi means "the medium" Programs are structured for different age groups and teacher consultation as to content covered is welcome Learn about the local... > View Profile

The Didjeribone Show

Tjupurru plays the DIDJERIBONE which is an Australian Made and designed instrument fusing the elements of the didjeridoo and trombone. His shows present a seamless entertaining and educational exploration of an ancient tradition, modern technology and personal creative... > View Profile

Walk the Talk

Walk the Talk tells the story of Michael Long's walk to Canberra to ask the Prime Minister to put the lives of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people back on the national agenda. The resources have been specifically developed for use in primary schools at years 5... > View Profile

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