Walangari as solo didgeridoo player

Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo

Diramu Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo are an Indigenous Australian educational, entertainment and performance troupe headed by Aboriginal Elder, Aboriginal teacher and Aboriginal artist Walangari Karntawarra (B.A., B.Ed.). Our work is highly regarded and informative about Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Dance and Aboriginal Art in the educational, government and corporate sectors. We offer a range of entertaining learning experiences about Aboriginal Cultural Education, Aboriginal Dance, Didgeridoo, Aboriginal Performance, all tailored to suit specific audiences, from pre-school to tertiary level and corporate to tourists. They include the following:

Aboriginal Performance – Aboriginal Dance, Aboriginal Cultural Education

Our Aboriginal performances are specifically designed for your audience. Hear the “Dreamtime” explained; learn to identify animal tracks, Aboriginal bush tucker and medicine and many other fascinating topics.

Aboriginal Didgeridoo and Aboriginal Music

Learn about the Aboriginal Didgeridoo and traditional Aboriginal Music.

Tailored School Programs for Aboriginal Cultural Education, Aboriginal Art, Aboriginal Performance

Aboriginal education modules for pre-schoolers to tertiary level students Aboriginal Art Classes Traditional Indigenous dances and games Interactive School Holiday activities

Aboriginal Sand Painting

Aboriginal Sand Paintings are a traditional Aboriginal art form, adapted to suit your venue with audience participation.

Traditional Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo Performances

Aboriginal Performances include Welcome Ceremonies, Smoking Ceremonies, Cleansing Ceremonies, Solo Didgeridoo etc.

Guided Aboriginal Art Tours

“An Aboriginal Artist’s Perspective” in the Yirribana Gallery at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.

Book Aboriginal Cultural Education, Aboriginal Dance, Aboriginal Performance, Didgeridoo

Enquiries for solo didgeridoo players or an Aboriginal performance troupe, references and bookings can be made by email at or via our contact page or by phoning 0414 932 863.


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