School Group Bookings School Camps NSW South Coast Australia

Australian Aboriginal Culture

Learn from and about the local South Coast Koori culture with fascinating presentations showcasing Arts, Stories, Food and team building with experienced local koori advisers. These activities provide a unique opportunity to experience through participation.
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Traditional games are games that the Aboriginal children played in groups, long before modern toys or sports equipment where introduced. The Aboriginal people used natural resources such as possum skins, grass fibres and hardened bark for their sports equipment.


Get a hands on experience and interpretation of the Aboriginal Artefacts. A worksheet will be supplied to students identifying the Artefacts.

Listen to the local elder talk about the history of the South Coast and the "Yuin Country".


Experience the "Djaadjawan Dancers"

An Elder will talk about traditional song and dance.

The Dancers will demonstrate a traditional dance in traditional outfit.

Conduct your own dance using Aboriginal musical instruments.

Language sheet provided.

Schools - Traditional Aboriginal Gunya In NSW

The Gold Rush Colony Mogo has a great team builing opportunities offering the traditional Gunya building. This activity lets the students work as a team collecting sticks, burrawang leaves and vines from the Mogo State forest. Which team can create the most authentic Gunya building?

This activity takes approimately 1 hour.

Schools - Koorie  Bushtucker Of The Eurobodalla

The Gold Rush Colony Mogo offers students a range of Koori activities. The traditional Bush Tucker walk let's the student get involved and familarize themselves with what is possibly grown in their own backyards and is true aussie bush tucker.

Artisans - Rod Slockee Aboriginal Artist

The Gold Rush Colony Mogo offers a large range of Koori Activities.

Community Member - Rod Slockee

The Gold Rush Colony has experienced koori co ordinators to provide an insight into the Australian Aboriginal Culture. By the eerie light of the campfire be enthralled by the dreamtime stories, while the breeze whistles through the surrounds of the Mogo state forest. Students have the chance to participate or just listen.

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