Knowledge Sharing

Celebrating and sharing tradition, culture and knowledge

Through talks, forums, workshops and storytelling events traditional knowledge is shared. We invite you to embrace the knowledge we bring to share. We look forward to learning from Guests to Country too.

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Stradbroke Dreamtime Storytelling

JULY 5th 10am

Redland Museum, 60 Smith St, Nandeebie (Cleveland)

A special kids event! A Quandamooka storyteller will read stories from the book by Oodgeroo. Suitable for ages 4 years and up. Cost: $5 plus museum entry fee. Bookings essential.

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Yura Yalingbila, Welcome the Whales

JULY 29th 11am - 3pm

Headland Park, Mooloomba Road, Mooloomba (Point Lookout), Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)

You are invited to be part of the ceremony, enjoy whale-watching cultural tours, Traditional dance, arts, weaving, workshops, kids activities, good food, sand art and more. Live music by special guest artist co-writer/composer of Australia’s popular song “My Island Home” song-man Neil Murray, along with local female duo Blacksalt presenting smooth soulful harmonies. Free event

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UQMBRS Marine Mammal Forum

JULY 31st, 9am - 3pm

UQ Moreton Bay Research Station, cnr Flinders Ave and Fraser St, Goompi (Dunwich),

SHARING SCIENTIFIC AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE Learn about whales, dugong and dolphins found in the waters surrounding Minjerrinbah. This forum will feature talks from renowned Australian researchers and Traditional Owners. The series of 20 minute presentations will cover topics such as communication, traditional knowledge, management, ecology, pollution and the impacts of ecotourism. Free event – not suitable for children under the age of 15.

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UQMBRS Marine Mammal Forum

JULY 31st, 9am - 3pm

UQ Moreton Bay Research Station, cnr Flinders Ave and Fraser St, Goompi (Dunwich),

SHARING SCIENTIFIC AND TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE Learn about whales, dugong and dolphins found in the waters surrounding Minjerrinbah. This forum will feature talks from renowned Australian researchers and Traditional Owners. The series of 20 minute presentations will cover topics such as communication, traditional knowledge, management, ecology, pollution and the impacts of ecotourism. Free event – not suitable for children under the age of 15.

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Kunjiel (Corroboree) Closing Ceremony

SEPTEMBER 23rd 11am - 24th 3pm

QYAC Campus, 100 East Coast Road, Goompi (Dunwich),Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)

Indigenous art and weaving activities, bush tucker, stalls, art and crafts, and fun. This year’s Kunjiel is also pleased to present live music performances by artists from the lexicon of Aboriginal Australia’s discography including Black Arm Band, Roger Knox & Band, Adam James Band, Joe Geia, Quandamooka spoken-word artists, special ‘surprise guests’ and more.

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Poetry & Storytelling Workshop

AUGUST 19th 11:30am - 1:30pm

Community Learning Centre, cnr Mitchell Cres and Welsby St, Goompi (Dunwich),

Queensland Poetry Festival (QPF) presents two award-winning First Nation poets including their 2017 Indigenous Poet in Residence (sponsored by ATSICHS), Ali Cobby Eckermann, and the Arts QLD Poet In Residence who will both be spending time on Minjerribah getting to know country and community. Join this special workshop to help develop your poetic voice and share your story.

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Indigenous Culture Day Cruise

AUGUST 25th or SEPTEMBER 8th

Meeanjin (Brisbane City) to Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island)

A luxurious, fully catered, Indigenous culture day cruise of Quandamooka sea and land. Cruise the waters from the heart of Brisbane City, Meeanjin, down the river and accross Moreton Bay to North Stradbroke Island, Minjerribah. On board, a Quandamooka guide will welcome guests to Country and speak of traditional culture as we travel. Small group workshops on Didgeridoo playing, Traditional weaving and Jandai language will take place.

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Quandamooka Water Stories & Songs

SEPTEMBER 20th 10am

Redland Museum, 60 Smith St, Nandeebie (Cleveland)

A kids event! Join a Quandamooka storyteller to hear ancient stories and songs about the Redlands’ saltwater, freshwater, animals, land and dreamtime tales. Suitable for ages 4 years and up. Cost: $5 plus museum entry fee. Bookings essential.

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Quandamooka Water Stories & Songs

SEPTEMBER 20th 10am

Redland Museum, 60 Smith St, Nandeebie (Cleveland)

A kids event! Join a Quandamooka storyteller to hear ancient stories and songs about the Redlands’ saltwater, freshwater, animals, land and dreamtime tales. Suitable for ages 4 years and up. Cost: $5 plus museum entry fee. Bookings essential.

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REDFEST Quandamooka Showcase

SEPTEMBER 9th & 10th

Redland Showgrounds, Smith St, Nandeebie (Cleveland)

The Redlands’ annual spring festival will host a Quandamooka Festival showcase, which will come alive with Quandamooka cultural activities, including Nandeebie Kunjiel (Corroboree), dance, art, weaving, installations, music, storytelling and more. Cost: included in entry to RedFest.

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