Djungah Dancers

The Djungah Dancers

 

Djungah Dancers

Cullunghutti Early Learning Centre is proud to share with our families and the wider Shoalhaven community, our Djungah Dancers.

The Djungah Dancers were formed in 2016, after our pre-school aged children showed a very keen interest in learning more about Aboriginal Culture and Traditional Song and Dance. 

Cullunghutti’s Engaging in Education Officer Charlie Ashby has been supporting the children and their educators throughout the development of the Djungah Dancers, and we are very proud of the hard work and effort they have put in to their dance group.

During 2016, our Djungah Dancers performed The Honey Dance, and The Spirit Dance. This year, they have been working on a new dance, inspired by local Culture, called The Black Cockatoo.

Our Djungah Dancers have performed at a range of events including NAIDOC Celebrations, Close The Gap Days, RECOGNISE Campaigns, Annual General Meetings and a number of local events as well. 

The Djungah Dancers are now taking bookings for 2017 events and celebrations, and love getting out on the school bus and sharing their Culture with the community.

If you are interested in the Djungah Dancers performing at your event, please contact Early Learning Centre Director Tracey Porter on  44 224 800 for more information.