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What We Do

Koomurri Dancers and Tutors are world class performers whom have graced the largest stages and been televised to audiences at events across the globe showcasing Aboriginal Dance, music and culture.

Aboriginal Incursions is our exciting redeveloped cultural education program specially tailored for schools, colleges, universities, institutions and special needs establishments.

Aboriginal Incursions is our special events performance troupe catering for corporate business, sporting and special events, government bodies to bring unique indigenous ceremony, song and dance to your event.

Aboriginal Incursions is our acclaimed corporate business and NGO Team Building workshop program where we bring your team together to create your own office large canvas dot painting and more. A fantastic new way to bring your colleagues together with long term results as you hang the finished masterpiece in your office as a great talking point.

Aboriginal Incursions is a Koomurri Management Initiative and our business is to share and teach indigenous culture, art, music, song and dance to all Australians no matter what your background or age. To understand Aboriginal culture is to understand the land we all live in. And we deliver our inclusive programs in a fun filled happy environment.

 

Russell is a Kamilaroi man with thirty years dancing experience. He dances for his culture and his people. He loves to share the traditions of the Aboriginal people to keep the culture alive for future generations.

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Cecil is from the Yaitmatung/ Yuin/ Monaro and Dinghutji mob. He has been dancing and singing for twenty five years. Cecil is inspired by his family. His singing tells story; he is inspired by the expressions on the faces of his audience.

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David is still searching for his people, much of his family history and connection to his Aboriginal heritage is unknown. He has been dancing for 3 years now. Everyone around gives him inspiration, he dances to explore and discover his heritage.

Walter comes from from Yuin – Kuris and Walbanga country. He has been dancing for the last ten years. His passion for dance is driven by a desire to carry on the Aboriginal culture.