Didgeridoo, Beats and Culture

Didgeridoo, Beats and Culture is the perfect introduction to the world’s oldest living culture. The presenter is a descendant of the Palawa people of Tasmania, who has presented his unique sound around the world. He is a didgeridoo innovator, who fuses this ancient instrument with electronic production and vocals.
In this highly engaging program, students will have the opportunity to experience various aspects of Aboriginal culture first-hand, including bush tucker, hunting tools, musical instruments, and crafts brought together through storytelling. Students will also be able to take a closer look and feel of Aboriginal tools and artefacts, play clap sticks and dance to live didgeridoo beats.

Tailored to: Schools, Community
Available in: VIC
Genre: Music, Storytelling
Region: Oceania
Standard Pricing
Please note, prices may vary depending on the type and scope of the program/s chosen.

Program type
Price (exc GST)
No of Participants
Single Session
50 min
From $7
(per participant)
Up to 150
Multicultural Half-Day
(up to 3 programs)
Half Day
(per participant)
From 200
Multicultural All-Day
(up to 5 programs)
Full Day
(per participant)
From 300
Specialist All-Day
Full Day
From $20
(per participant)
From 150
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