Introduction to Aboriginal Culture and Histories
Mikaela Cameron (M. J. Badagarang) is a traditional Dharug woman from the Hawkesbury River in Sydney, Australia. She's a pre-service teacher, currently completing her final year Bachelor's Degree in Education (completing 2020 at Deakin University). Badagarang has 4 years of experience in delivering different cultural programs in schools, universities, and other organisations. 'Closing the Gap' between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal peoples is the core of every program delivered. Through her programs, Badagarang seeks to build understanding and respect for Aboriginal cultures and it's true history through a welcoming, friendly, engaging and exciting atmosphere.
'Let's walk together"
Recommended for Grade 3 + / Adults
Duration: 2 hours
Max: 35 people
- Traditional tools and weapons presentation
- Walkthrough traditional and contemporary Aboriginal Australia
- Cultural music, dance, and song
- Learn about traditional plants and bush medicines
- Art and symbols presentation (create and make)
Note: Programs are catered for 35 ppl max unless otherwise organised with the cultural educator. Please email for inquiries.
Note: Extra's require an additional 30 minutes.
Boomerang Throwing - $3 pp
Damper Tasking - $6 pp
Rock Painting - $6 pp
Boomerang Painting - $6 pp