Aboriginal First Nations Dance & Didgeridoo
Diramu Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo are an Indigenous Australian educational, entertainment and performance troupe headed by Aboriginal Elder, teacher and artist Walangari Karntawarra (B.A., B.Ed.).
Our work is very informative about Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Dance and Aboriginal Art and is highly regarded in the educational, government, corporate and tourism sectors.
Enquire about our face to face and ONLINE interactive Aboriginal Cultural Experiences for Schools, Tertiary Institutions and Corporates
We are the leaders in the fields of First Nations’ cultural education and performance. Our team offers a range of entertaining, interactive, learning experiences about Aboriginal Cultural Education, Aboriginal Dance, Didgeridoo with Aboriginal Performances, all tailored to suit specific audiences, from pre-school to tertiary level and corporate to tourists. Because of our many years of experience and training we can provide programs to suit your specific requirements. Also, our ONLINE capabilities mean that Walangari and Diramu Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo’s important work is now available to those in regional, rural, remote and interstate Australia and beyond.
Immerse yourself in Aboriginal First Nations Performance, Dance, Music & Cultural Education
Our interactive Aboriginal performances are specifically designed for your audience. Hear the “Dreamtime” explained; learn to identify animal tracks, Aboriginal bush tucker and medicine, learn some words in a First Nation’s language, and many other fascinating topics. Learn about the Aboriginal Didgeridoo and traditional Aboriginal Music.Contact us to learn more →
Let our experts customise your interactive School, Corporate RAP or Community Centre Program, with Aboriginal First Nations Art, Performances & Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Education
Aboriginal cultural awareness and education modules for pre-schoolers to tertiary level students, corporates, the elderly and disabled, including Aboriginal Art Classes, Traditional Indigenous dances, music and didgeridoo/yidaki lessons, and games, plus Interactive School Holiday activities.Contact us to learn more →
Join Walangari in creating a beautiful Aboriginal First Nations’ Sand Painting
Aboriginal Sand Paintings are a traditional Aboriginal art form, adapted to suit your venue with audience participation.Sand Paintings →
Delight your audience with a traditional Aboriginal First Nations Dance & Didgeridoo Performance
Aboriginal Performances include Welcome Ceremonies, Smoking Ceremonies, Cleansing Ceremonies, Solo Didgeridoo etc.Dance, Performance & Didgeridoo →
Get the inside story from Walangari on a Guided Aboriginal First Nations Art Tour
“An Aboriginal Artist’s Perspective” in the Yirribana Gallery at the Art Gallery of New South Wales.Contact us to learn more →
Book a Aboriginal First Nations Walking Tour for your group
Guided educational walk around Bondi, exploring the area’s geological & Aboriginal Cultural heritage.Walking Tours →
Learn about Indigenous people in our fun and informative performances and Aboriginal Cultural Awareness Workshops
We offer a range of interactive workshop programs that provide Aboriginal cultural awareness and encourage cross-cultural communications. Walangari has expertise in First Nations’ Astronomy and its relationship to the Dreamtime. He has extensive knowledge of the various styles of Aboriginal Art, with a focus on understanding the iconography and relationships to the Dreamings. Our First Nations’ art and craft workshops include boomerang painting, traditional weaving and understanding how the didgeridoo/yidaki is made and played, all effective learning pathways.Contact us to learn more →
Book a face to face or ONLINE First Nations’ Workshop, Aboriginal Dance, Performance & Didgeridoo Experience!
Enquiries for solo didgeridoo players, an Aboriginal performance troupe, any of the above Cultural Education options, references and bookings can be made by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our contact page or by phoning 0414 932 863.
Creative Kids vouchers are able to be redeemed for our First Nations’ interactive art and culture classes and workshops, both online and face to face, when the social distancing restrictions are lifted. These additional online capabilities mean that Walangari and Diramu Aboriginal Dance and Didgeridoo’s important work is now available to regional, rural and remote NSW children and teenagers to 18 years old.
As a registered provider for the Creative Kids program, you can redeem your voucher with us and let your child develop new skills. Enrol them in a new activity so they can create something great. For more information regarding the Creative Kids program, or to learn more about the more than 40 government savings and rebates to help with your cost of living, visit service.nsw.gov.au