Koomurri Aboriginal Incursions

THINK INSIDE THE CIRCLE

Koomurri's Russell Dawson
Russell Dawson opening the 2018 NAIDOC Awards

Photo Compliments Joseph Mayers

Aboriginal men and women dancers

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Koomurri Women and Men 2018 NAIDOC Awards
Rayma Johnson of Koomurri
Because Of Her We Can
Rayma Johnson - Smokin'

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Book Indigenous Cultural Experiences

Anytime
Any Place
For any occasion

Because Of Her We Can
Buuja Buuja (Butterfly Dancers)
Sydney Swans AFL Marn Grook Indigenous Round
Proudly Welcoming
2015 to 2019
Reconciliation Week 2018
Eureka 89 Skydeck Melbourne
Department of Communications and The Arts
Weltmuseum Wien Grand Reopening
Vienna Austria October 2017
Pre-School Joeys Packages
Public Performance

Barangaroo Sydney 2017

School Performance & Workshops

Australia Wide

Corporate and 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
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What is a Reconciliation Action Plan?

Reconciliation Australia

Reconciliation Australia is having great success working with organisations to create Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs). RAPs are an opportunity for organisations to demonstrate their level of committment to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, increase cultural awareness and help build the relationship between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and non-Indigenous Australians.

Headed by the main body, Reconciliation Australia is an independent, not-for-profit organisation. This organisation has been set up specifically to inspire and enable all Australians to build relationships, respect and trust between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians.

What Is A RAP - Reconciliation Action Plan?

How Do You Get Involved?

The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) program provides a framework for organisations to support the national reconciliation movement.

No matter where your organisation is on its reconciliation journey, there is a RAP to suit. Schools and early learning services can develop a RAP through Narragunnawali. Workplaces can be supported to develop one of four types of RAP—Reflect, Innovate, Stretch or Elevate.

Workplaces


A RAP is a strategic document that supports an organisation’s business plan. It includes practical actions that will drive an organisation’s contribution to reconciliation both internally and in the communities in which it operates.

The RAP Program contributes to advancing the five dimensions of reconciliation by supporting organisations to develop respectful relationships and create meaningful opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Each of the four RAP types (Reflect, Innovate, Stretch, Elevate) set out the minimum elements required from your organisation to build strong relationships, respect and opportunities within your organisation and community.

Schools and Early Learning Services


Schools and early learning services can develop a RAP through Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning.

Narragunnawali supports all schools and early learning services in Australia to foster a higher level of knowledge and pride in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions.

The Narragunnawali platform is free to access and hosts a wealth of learning and curriculum resources to support the development, implementation and management of RAPs in schools and early learning services.


Download Our Brochure and Price Points

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

Click Here to download Koomurri Schools and College Brochure

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.

"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

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