Aboriginal Storytelling


An Aboriginal elder and recipient of the Indigenous Fellowship Award takes children back to the Dreamtime through traditional stories and artwork. Children will hear tales to remember and learn the storytelling properties and techniques of Aboriginal art forms. Indigenous artefacts are explained and displayed, introducing children to the ancient Indigenous way of life. Specifically designed for primary and preschool audiences, the program has children engaged and opens the door to the rich history of Australia’s Aboriginal people.


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