Watch Indigenous performers bring the world's oldest living culture to life through traditional dance, art and interactive demonstrations.
In the Cultural Centre, witness the ancient dreamtime story of the Tjapukai people's belief in the creation of the world through live performance and the world's most technologically advanced visual effects.
Across the lake, join the world famous Tjapukai Aboriginal dancers in a corroboree celebration and fire making ceremony in the Cultural Village.
Gain an insight into the gathering and cooking of bush foods and the medicinal values of native plants, learn first hand from a warrior about traditional hunting methods and tribal law.
Throw a spear with the help of a traditional milay spear thrower and learn the art of throwing a returning boomerang.
Learn the complex techniques of playing a didgeridoo, then be tantalised by the smell of the meat being unearthed from the Bayngga underground oven and enjoy a delicious taste test.
Journey through the parklands with an Indigenous Guided Bush Food Walk learning about native plants and their culinary and medicinal significance.
Finish with a taste of native fruit jams with damper and billy tea overlooking the lake.
Address: Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, Cairns Western Arterial Road, Caravonica QLD 4878
Please arrive at the park before 14:30.