Aboriginal Cultural Performances at Lane Cove River Tourist Park!

Our artists will return on Wednesday 21 September 2011 at 6pm for their first performance to start off the new season.

We are very pleased to be able to partner with Tribal Warrior to provide our guests with a comprehenisve and interactive Indigenous Cultural Experience.

Wednesday nights during summer and autumn, the park plays host to local Indigenous Culture perfromed by two professional artists.  The performance usually starts with the haunting sounds of the didgereedoo, the artists then take you on a journey discussing and interpreting their culture from days long gone.

Guests are encouraged to participate in traditional dance and song – become an emu or a kangaroo for the evening, have your questions answered and get to know the guys.

The Australian Indigenous Culture is the oldest living culture in the world and a snap shot of it is available free for visitors and guests every Wednesday night (weather permitting) from 6:30pm – bring along a picnic rug or a chair or just sit on the grass, it’s something truly unique to experience as part of your Lane Cove River Tourist park visit.

The content of the performances is wholly developed and managed by the Indigenous Community, funds paid by the park go directly to the performers and providing Indigenous work opportunities within the community.

We acknowledge the traditional owners of our land and pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.

Please check with the office (02 9888 9133) if you wish to attend.