Theatrical dance presentation depicting Aboriginal song, music and dance from the Adnyamathanha language groups of the Flinders Ranges and outback districts of northern South Australia.
Audience participation and workshops can be arranged.
The Adnyamathanha are the Aboriginal people of the northern Flinders Ranges. Adnyamathanha meaning hills or rock people is a term now used to describe the Kuyani, Wailpi, Yadliaura, Pilatapa and Pangkala, the traditional groups in the Flinders Ranges. Sharing a common identity based on the Yura Muda, culture and language of their descendants, all understanding is derived from the land.
The Yura Muda is passed on in the form of creation stories from generation to generation in a long held oral tradition.
A story may explain how a particular feature of the landscape was formed, provide details of animal behaviour, create a map for travellers and prescribe appropriate behaviour for Aboriginals.Visit Website
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, BBQ Facilities, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Sheltered Area, Viewing Platform
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Cultural