Full of rich Tjapukai culture. Learnt the correct way to throw a boomerang and spear. Learnt about the dreamtime stories, bush tucker and medicines. Our guide was extremly friendly and very imformative.
About Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
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Tjapukai Aboriginal cultural park provides an authentic experience in to the culture of Tjapukai people who are the original inhabitants of Australia. As their tagline says " Discover where Australia begins" at Tjapukai, one can explore the rich history of the world’s oldest living culture,...More
From start to finish, we enjoyed an excellent time at Tjapukai. We were unsure if the day experience would be OK for our 3 year old, but it turned out very well. The staff at the front counter were very informative and friendly. We joined...More
Beautiful facilities, excellent show with audience participation, talented story tellers and dancers, friendly staff and finished with a delicious buffet dinner that included some tradition foods! Picked and dropped off to our hotel - an awesome experience!
Great to learn about the aboriginals in Australia, although many people in our group had trouble understanding our guide. I caught most of what he said and he was interesting. So much to learn there and it isn't boring. Threw a boomerang a couple of...More
This is a must experience for you all families, there staff was outstanding from the minute we walked in. The actual venue is state of the art but the knowledge and customer experience was first class, boy the aboriginals seriously know how to entertain. My...More
I visited with my 4 year old son. We really enjoyed the dancing, song and stories as part of the visit. My son was just in awe as we had lunch and there was a performance whilst we ate. It was nice to have the...More
The experience included a display on how to throw a boomerang and aborigine spear, then get to have a go yourself which was great fun. There is a dance show of their music and what their dances represent. Then a show in the 360 degree...More
Definitely go to Tjapukai while in Cairns. It is a great cultural experience. You learn a lot about Aboriginal culture. With kids visit the day time as there are more activities to do. The evening is brilliant though and the food is delicious and mostly...More
We had a great Time (2 Hours). We lurn a lot, small group, they take time to explain to you the aboriginal culture. Nice and helpfull. We were with young kids 3 and 5 years old and they had a good time playing around, lurning...More