Located adjacent to the World Heritage Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park, Waradah provides the ideal location for local and worldwide visitors to experience authentic song and dance performances, dreamtime stories and to purchase authentic collectable artworks and crafts.
International Student Package
Total Duration – 90 minutes
In a private room, International Students visiting Waradah Aboriginal Centre will learn about Aboriginal Culture in a series of three activities.
- Engage in an interactive talk on traditional Aboriginal culture looking at how Aboriginal people lived in a sustainable way in a natural environment for thousands of years.
- Introduced to traditional painting techniques and symbols used in Aboriginal desert art, including a background to the Desert Painting movement.
- Guided boomerang decorating and painting workshop, which they are able to keep as souvenirs of their visit.
- In the Performance Theatre, students will enjoy traditional Aboriginal song, dances and didgeridoo performances, as well as further information regarding Aboriginal culture.
Any time remaining will be used taking photographs, viewing artworks in the galleries and shopping in the gift outlet.
Total Duration – 1 hour to 1.5 hours
Minimum of two people. Bookings essential.
Waradah VIP package includes a choice of cultural information given in a private setting by one of our Aboriginal teachers.
Attendies may choose one or any combination from the following subject areas:
- Cultural information specific to teacher’s language area.
- Cultural information general; name your subject area.
- Didgeridoo background and lesson in how to play.
- Aboriginal political history since Invasion.
- Aboriginal art experience.
For families with small children, art boards and paints will be supplied and guidance in aspects of the Aboriginal painting given for their enjoyment.
Following the private talk, VIP guests will enjoy front row seats in our theatre for a 25-minute live performance, where they’ll follow the footsteps of some of Australia’s best Aboriginal performers.
- With the aid of a 4.5-metre audio-visual screen, our indigenous dance troupe will introduce themselves, explaining where they each come from, their language group and what the painted markings on their bodies represent.
- References are made to tribal lore, common beliefs and respect paid by the Indigenous people to mother earth, and different Aboriginal nations and language groups.
- Detailed explanation on the different traditional implements, their uses and how they are made.
Within 24 hours 100% payment within 48 hours 50% payment (due to staff rostering) over 48 hours, no cancellation fee
Bookings please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org – Ph: 02 4782 1979
For further details, contact:
Louize Godlonton or Ken Corbett
Australian Attractions Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 8251 0078 M: 0414 704 778 Louize