Koomurri Aboriginal Incursions


2016 National Dance Rites Winners


Book Indigenous Cultural Experiences

National Reconciliation Week (NRW)
runs from 27 May – 3 June 2017
"Let’s take the next steps."

NAIDOC Week runs from 2-9 July 2017
Our Languages Matter


There are a multitude of Grants available at local, state and federal level to help organisations, local government and in some cases corporate companies fund events.

Pre-School Joeys Packages
School Performance & Workshops

Australia Wide

Special Events Entertainment
Corporate Team Building

Think Inside The Circle

Create Together

Traditional Ceremony
Australian and International Conference
Community Programs
International Schools
Cultural Education Programs
Public Performance

Barangaroo Sydney 2017


Russell Dawson

At Koomurri we believe in sharing our aboriginal culture with all Australians and international guests. Every time we bring our indigenous teachings to a school, conference or an event, I find it spiritually uplifting to see how our performance and our culture affects people and the enjoyment it brings to their faces. I am so proud of the Koomurri cultural dance troupe and the dedication they bring to every performance and workshop.

On behalf of all the Koomurri performers I thank you for stopping by and look forward to working with you in the near future. Remember the past, live today and dream for the future. Be apart of the healing, live and share our Australian aboriginal culture and become part of the Dreaming.

Brrrrr.. Russell Dawson


Why Koomurri?

Koomurri Management are Australia’s #1 self funded, aboriginal owned, cultural education, art and performance team.

Koomurri deliver world class performances, cultural workshops, art installations & unique team building programs to corporate, medium & small businesses; schools, pre-schools, colleges & universities; governments, government departments & NGO’s; sporting bodies & clubs, the film, arts & modelling industries.

We share our culture in stadiums, on stages and catwalks; in offices boardrooms and ballrooms; at school yards, class rooms & foyers; in theaters, festivals & concerts: from small community projects to internationally televised events for all Australians of all backgrounds.

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School Bookings and General Enquiries

Connie Dawson - 0403 313 829

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Business and Performance Bookings

Koomurri Joeys Packages

Click Here to download Pre-School Joeys Brochure

Our pre school packages are fun filled entertainment for the little tackers with plenty of hands on fun, song and dance.

School and College Workshops

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Our School incursions and workshops are renowned Australia wide and are customised to suit each age groups through to HSC students, Tafe, colleges and universities.

Team Building and Performance

Click here to download Corporate and Business Performance & Workshops

Our adult programs are a hit across all styles of business, NGO's and government bodies and can be performed in-house or in outdoor areas and function centres. We also perform concert and ceremony for large events and stadiums.

Aboriginal Survivor and Cultire Program

Click Here to download Aboriginal 1 & 2 day Team Building Programs

This program can be customised to suit school camps and programs, corporate, medium and small business, tourism and travel agents cultural tours, sporting teams and special needs organisations looking for an authentic educational and fun experience.

Availabilities on the below dates are at a premium

Book Early

National Sorry Day 26th May

On our pathway towards reconciliation, Sorry Day on 26 May is an important moment to remember the past policies of forced child removal.

Here, we reflect on the sad and painful history of the Stolen Generations and recognise moments of resilience, healing and the power of saying Sorry. For many members of the Stolen Generations and the broader Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, Sorry Day is official recognition of a dark history of forced removal that was, for a long time, denied.

Healing will take the reconciliation of all Australians of all backgrounds

Reconcilliation Week 2017

Reconcilliation Week May 27th - June 3rd

Each year National Reconciliation Week (NRW) celebrates and builds on the respectful relationships shared by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other Australians.

May 27—Marks the anniversary of the 1967 referendum saw over 90 per cent of Australians vote to give the Commonwealth the power to make laws for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and recognise them in the national census.

3 June—Commemorates the High Court of Australia’s landmark Mabo decision in 1992, which legally recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a special relationship to the land, a relationship that existed prior to colonalisation and still exists today.

Get Involved by booking aboriginal ceremony, indigenous workshops and cultural experience.

Our Language Matters

NAIDOC week July 2nd - 9th 2017

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

Local community celebrations during NAIDOC Week are encouraged and often organised by communities, government agencies, local councils, schools and workplaces.

The Australian Government has supported national NAIDOC celebrations and offer many funding grants for all Australians get involved through the national DPMC, the Regional Network to fund local celebrations.

"The Dance Trope provided an outstanding Traditional Welcome to our foreign and local guests. The performance presented an educational and entertaining view into Australia’s rich cultural heritage. Thank you for contributing a special start to our conference.”

Previous Executive Director - Passports Office

Dr Jamal Rifi

"I have known Russell and Connie Dawson from the Koomurri Aboriginal dance group for a long time. I have used their professional services in community events and I have found them to be punctual, courteous and take their profession and Aboriginal dance and culture very seriously. "

Dr. Jamal Rifi

"We are most grateful to the dancers for their most professional performance of a very moving dance sequence which provided a special dimension to the ceremony. We would have no hesitation in recommending the Koomurri Dance Troupe to anyone thinking of engaging their services.”

Stephanie Munday-Lake
Assistant Director - Anglican School Office