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IF you seek more detail in relation to Walkabout Australia and NICC (National Indigenous Cultural Centre - please contact Kelly or Tony:-

 

Kelly.McPherson@nicc.org.au (1800 995 007.

 

Walkabout presents a bush tucker / indigenous gift shop and a tailored entertainment package (whatever the event = we are in the process of developing the 2024 Walkabout Australia Tour (over thirty shows around Australia

 

We also have a vast walkabout range (local / national / international distribution is growing = daily.

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About us:

The Story Of Walkabout Australia Foundation:-

The Walkabout Australia Foundation was established to help promote Australia’s indigenous culture.

Working with metropolitan and regional shows and the National Indigenous Cultural Centre, Walkabout Australia aims to build local indigenous culture, bush tucker, fashion, art, craft, dance and our 7D Cinema at participating Royal and Regional shows and raise funds for the National Indigenous Cultural Centre primary education indigenous language programs.

IF you want to learn more about NICC and the primary education indigenous language programs / plans = please contact us via email or telephone.

IF you are keen to help us develop and deliver NICC’s primary education indigenous language programs (or can help Walkabout in any other way – please do not hesitate to contact.

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