THE Koombamerri tribe will be putting on Aboriginal shows at Dreamworld this September.
THE Koombamerri tribe will be putting on Aboriginal shows at Dreamworld this September. Photo Supplied

Dreamtime at Dreamworld

DREAMWORLD is celebrating Australia's traditional culture by launching an Aboriginal show for the September school holiday period.

Dreamworld Dreamtime will feature stories, songs and dance, spoken and performed by members of the regions Koombamerri tribe.

Descendants from the Koombamerri tribe will bring their history to Dreamworld to highlight a tradition that is thousands of years old.

Guests will be able to watch the Koombamerri Dreamtime Dancers present different movements incorporating sounds of the didgeridoo, clapsticks and creating fire from rubbing two sticks together.

Dreamworld Dreamtime will be located within the park's Australian Wildlife Experience with two shows daily from September 18 until October 7.

The show is included in the cost of theme park entry.



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