Tiwi Strong Women’s Choir

6 women singers , two guitarists and clapsticks: $3,900 + gst 10 women singers, two guitarists and clapsticks: $4,990 + gst All performances include traditional dance movements (varying tempos. some include  gospel/gestural hand movements). The choir also talks with the audience, invites people up to learn a dance, and explain each song and the actions […]


Sylvia Nulpinditji

Sylvia Nulpinditji is Galpu clan. Her family is the Arnhem land people. Her skin-group is Balinydjan, and she is from the Dhuwa group. Syliva  now lives in Darwin with her husband Clinton Gaykamangu and their children. Sylvia is: an Exhibiting Artist Cultural Image Designer Traditional/Contemporary dance and movement workshop facilitator and performer About learning culture […]


Victor Williams

Victor Williams’ is a multi-talented Larrakia artist and musician, and is considered by the community a strong cultural knowledge holder.  His father is from Cobourg Peninsula in the Northern Territory and his mother is Larrakia and Tiwi. Victor offers the following services: Cultural ceremony facilitator Artist/designer Singing/Music performer Art/craft workshop facilitator Performance workshop facilitator Bush […]


Kenbi Dancers

  This short video begins with a segment of a Welcome Country Speech by June Mills and then shows the Kenbi Dancers in action. The Kenbi Dancers are from the Belyuen community – across Port Darwin from the city of Darwin, on the eastern side of Cox Peninsula (128 km by road from Darwin). They perform traditional […]


One Mob – Different Country

Bongolinj-bongolinj “One Mob Different Country” dance group performing madjandemed ‘Gilbert’s lizard (tata lizard)’ – video published 12.7.2012 courtesy of nakangila One Mob Different Country is a program that has been operating out of the Darwin Correctional Centre (DCC) for approximately 12 years. The program allows low-security Indigenous prisoners who have demonstrated good behaviour to take part […]


Gary Lang

A Larrakia man, Gary is an accomplished and widely respected dancer, performer and choreographer. Gary Lang N.T dance company is a Darwin-based contemporary dance collective. Gary’s expertise includes: Contemporary dance Welcome to Country presentations Dance and movement workshops Dance History Gary Lang studied dance at NAISDA, danced nationally and internationally with companies such as Bangara, Dancenorth […]


Tony ‘Duwun’ Lee

Tony ‘Duwun’ Lee is from Darwin, and is part of the Larrakia mob. His areas of expertise include: Exhibiting Artist (prints, paintings, carvings, sculpture) Public Art Art by commission Corporate gifts Healer Welcome to Country presenter Didgeridoo musician Smoking ceremony facilitator Workshop facilitator Art Practice Duwun is a painter, printmaker, carver and conceptual artist. He has […]


Robbie Mills & The Collective

Robbie Patj Patj Mills was born Larrakia, Kungarakan, Mayali, Yangman, Jawoyn, Gurrinji (tribal language groups of Northern Australia). He is an owner/custodian of Aboriginal Lands in the Northern Territory.  Areas of expertise include: Singer, songwriter, musician, recording artist Storyteller Aboriginal cultural tours/experiences Listen to Robbie Mills & The Collective on My Space Ancestry “As an […]


Shannon Lee

  Shannon Lee, is a young Larrakia man and a member of the large local Cubillo family, one of the eight Traditional Owner families of the Darwin region. Shannon’s areas of expertise include: cultural storytelling didgeridoo playing workshops spear throwing workshops bush string making workshops Son of Roque Lee, Shannon’s activities provide participants with an insight […]


Roque Lee

Roque Lee (traditional name: Gullawun) is Larrakia, a Traditional Owner of the Darwin Region. He belongs to a large and highly respected Larrakia family and has lived in the Top End all his life. Roque’s areas of expertise include: Welcome to Country speaker and didgeridoo performer Bush & Cultural Knowledge speaker Painting and sculpting workshop facilitation (painting, […]

June Mills

June Mills

This short video begins with a segment of June’s speech, followed by a glimpse of a performance by the Kenbi Dancers. June Mills is a well known Darwin identity – a traditional owner of Larrakia land, the country on which Darwin is built and the surrounding area. Her areas of expertise include: Welcome to Country […]

Ali Mills Musician

Ali Mills

Among countless roles as actor, cultural dancer, community and cultural development worker, writer, film/play director and writer, Ali also played the role of the grieving Grandmother in the film Yolngu Boy. Ali is an artist linked to The Australian Playwrights Conference, The Darwin Theatre Company, Browns Mart Theatre, Darwin Community Arts and Corrugated Iron Youth Arts.

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