Started with our aboriginal guide telling us where his name came from and the tour started. We tried boomerang and spear throwing, learned about their origins, culture and dances. Brilliant way to spend a few hours. Would recommend.
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Have visited Cairns many, many times over the years and done all of the Great Barrier Reef Tours, Railway, Rain forests -we love Cairns. This experience was amazing. The performers were fantastic, the content of the show was moving, educational, funny and extremely entertaining. The...More
Our family, including our 14 year old son, really enjoyed this location! We visited for the day and then the night show with dinner. It was well worth our time. I wouldn't miss it.
Tjapukai is as must, if you are visiting Cains, in the top four attractions.the show,of history in a light harted manner very good (well done guys ), the activities boomerang and spears.playing the digereedoo . they say the night show is even better (hard to...More
We noticed Tjabukai Park with its impressive lake and interesting buildings after coming back from Kuranda on the Skytrain (the gondolas fly right over the park). After reading a bit about it online we decided to check the place out. They have an evening show...More
What are great why to discover the Aboriginal culture. From throwing boomerangs and spears to lighting fire with sticks it was a great experience. The group were great taking us through various aspects of the culture before ending the show in dance. Messages were non...More
Very surprised with my day at Tjapukai. I took my family from Sydney there as well as my baby cousin who is 5yrs old. It was an amazing day filled with lots of hands on activities such as spear and boomerang throwing, face painting, aboriginal...More
We've had a wonderful day at the Tjakupai Cultural Centre. The boomerang painting and weeving was so much fun and the artists were lovely. They loved to show us their culture and did it with all of their heart. Unfortunately they are earning too less...More