10:30 am - 11:15 am

Level 2, near the fountain

Join us Monday 4 July as we celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples for NAIDOC week. Enjoy a traditional Didgeridoo ceremony, presented by Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers, and take your taste buds on a journey with indigenous chef, Chris Jordan of Three Little Birds fame.

Didgerdoo Ceremony:


Listen to the beautiful and soulful sounds of the Didgerdoo presented by the Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers.

The didgeridoo is a wind instrument developed by Indigenous Australians and still in widespread use today both in Australia and around the world. It is sometimes described as a natural wooden trumpet or "drone pipe". Musicologists classify it as a brass aerophone. Listen to the sounds of the oldest wood pipe instrument in the world the didgeridoo.

The Nunukul Yuggera Aboriginal Dancers have been in existence for over 25 years traveling the world extensively showcasing Traditional Aboriginal culture through song, dance and other various forms of cultural expression.

Native Tasting Journey:


Three Little Birds is run by indigenous chef Chris Jordan, a Koori man born in Maclean, New South Wales on traditional Bunjalung land. Using native ingredients, ancient knowledge of customs and techniques to make food that just doesn’t just taste good but also work to acknowledge, educate and celebrate the unique culture and natural resources Australia has to offer.

What’s on the menu:
  • Saltbaked sweet potatoes with lemon myrtle emulsion
  • Fermented Davidson Plum & roast Pumpkin
  • Native reef fish nummus
  • Mountain pepper brownie with coconut yoghurt and Davidson Plum jam

Please note, we are unable to cater specific dietary requirements