Wurundjeri Dancers


The Wurundjeri are a people of the Indigenous Australian nation of the Woiwurrung language group. This language group makes up one of six traditional clans that originally inhabited the area of Melbourne and inner regional Victoria also known as the Kulin nations. The Wurundjeri have lived for thousands of years in what has become the Melbourne and Greater Melbourne region.

Meaning ‘join and unite come together strong’ in Woiwurrung language, the Jindi Worabak Dance Group comprises of up to 15 male Indigenous dancers from tribes across Australia. Drawing inspiration from each tribe represented, they perform contemporary blends of traditional dances of welcome, hunting stories and animal behaviour for audiences using dance, song, didgeridoo and percussion to entertain their audiences and give insight into their culture.


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