The culture of the Nughi, Nunukul and Gorenpul clans have lived on Quandamooka Country since time immemorial. Experience their traditions and hear their stories, at our annual Quandamooka Festival in August.
Join us and discover the ancient tradition and contemporary voices of the people of land and sea, the Quandamooka.
Quandamooka Festival returning in 2021 celebrates the living history, knowledge, stories, arts and culture of the Nughi, Nunukul and Gorenpul clans, known collectively as the Quandamooka People of South East Queensland.
Immerse yourself in traditional dance, listen to ancient stories and song, join a collective weaving circle, enjoy native foods reimagined in modern dishes, learn how to throw a boomerang, follow in the footsteps of the ancestors as part of a bush tucker tour, take home unique arts and craft from our first nations markets and meet and learn from our Quandamooka Elders.
Held on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) the Quandamooka Festival features an exciting program of live music, dance, art and cultural workshops, artist talks and much more!
Keep an eye out for more details on the Quandamooka Festival website here or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.