Recently winning the 2016 national Aboriginal Dance Rites competition and delivering a 14 hour smoking ceremony and dance performance as Sydney’s official caretakers of the fire and on Australia Day, Koomurri head to the Adelaide Fringe in February and March to perform and share the east coast aboriginal culture
Experience east coast indigenous culture and interact with our performers as they bring the dreaming into the audience.
Hear the amazing sounds of our world class didgeridoo players
Our Song-man will bring you education, understanding and meaning to aboriginal song and dance.
Koomurri gain great pleasure from the thousands of smiles they bring to people with their performances
With members hailing from a variety of clans including the Kamilaroi Peoples of northern NSW celebrating with Yibadhaa Gambuu Dreaming (Red Belly Black Snake), Sea Turtle Dreaming from the Torres Straits, Bunya Dreaming of the Gubbi Gubbi People on the Sunshine Coast of Qld, Mununjali Mibin Dreaming (Wedge Tail Eagle) from west of the Gold Coast & Yuin Peoples of Southern NSW Umbarra Dreaming (Black Duck), Koomurri demonstrate their love of sharing cultures, revitalise their traditional skin markings, making of their costumes & reinvigorate the crafts of their ancestors live on stage.
Koomurri implement these traditions with a mix of traditional culture and contemporary dance brought to life by our deadly Koomurri dancers lead by the teams cultural leader Russell Dawson, complimented by some of Australia's most exciting Didgeridoo players and our indigenous language song-man Cecil Mcleod.
17 Tour de France - 9 days Maillot jaune (Yellow) 4X Maillot vert (Green)
17 Paris Roubaix - 1 Rock
6 Olympic Games - 1 Gold - 1 Silver - 2 Bronze
3 Commonwealth Games - 4 Gold 2 Silver 1 Bronze