The Koomurri Foundation is Australia’s #1 self-funded, aboriginal-owned, cultural education, unique team building supplier, and performance team.
Koomurri delivers world-class performances, cultural workshops, art installations and team building programs to corporate, medium and small businesses; schools, pre-schools, colleges, and universities; governments, government departments and NGO’s; sporting bodies and clubs, the film, arts and modeling industries.
We share our culture in stadiums, on stages and catwalks; in offices boardrooms and ballrooms; at schoolyards, classrooms, and foyers; in theaters, festivals and concerts: from small community projects to internationally televised events for all Australians of all backgrounds.
Recently representing the Australian High Commission's in Malta and Cyprus to bring an authentic touch of Australia to the Mediterranean islands for the 2018 Commonwealth Games baton relay, Koomurri Aboriginal Dance Troupe also performed highly successful shows at a major Hungarian festival and a major performance in Vienna Austria to celebrate the re-opening of the World Museum (Walt Wien) to over 7,500 guests with the event broadcast on Austrian television. The event in Vienna was attended by 2017 Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen, Australian Ambassador Dr. Brendon Hammer and Australian Embassy staff with other major VIP patrons of the arts from across Europe. The event featured other indigenous performers from Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Iran, Mexico, Mongolia, South Africa, Switzerland, and Zimbabwe.
Koomurri are the caretakers of fire across Sydney Harbour for Australia Day / Survival Day 2017 through 2019 performing Ceremony and contemporary dance at Barangaroo, Campbells Cove on stage Tallawalladah, Circular Quay and the Opera House each your for this televised event. Koomurri also opened the televised 2019 NAIDOC Awards.