Welcome to Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park enables guests to immerse themselves in traditional Tjapukai culture with authentic music, dance and storytelling by the Tjapukai people. The world’s oldest living culture is brought to life by Aboriginal performers who engage guests with interactive activities such as didgeridoo playing, face painting and boomerang throwing and educate them about Cairns & the Great Barrier Reef’s traditional rainforest people. Exciting audiovisual effects and professionally choreographed shows ensure the genuine cultural experience is entertaining. There’s exciting things to do here at the park, for travelling families, locals or even if your looking to host your next event here.
Founded more than 25 years ago, Tjapukai is Australia’s largest Indigenous cultural park and is in the Guinness Book of Records as Australia’s longest running stage show. The Cultural Park has been built on traditional Tjapukai land in a beautiful rainforest setting to highlight the environment enjoyed by the Indigenous people of the Cairns Wet Tropics rainforest.
Tjapukai by Day
Tjapukai by Day is a celebration of the living history of the Indigenous people of the rainforest. Learn to play the didgeridoo, discover the medicinal values of bush tucker, throw a spear and enjoy professional theatre incorporating traditional Aboriginal dance, fire making and storytelling. New to Tjapukai is a genuine cultural and visual Australian journey featuring the didgeridoo plus an expansion of the Cultural Village’s program to include hunting demonstrations. The Boomerang Restaurant serves morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and the Retail Gallery has authentic Aboriginal art, boomerangs, didgeridoos and artifacts.
Tjapukai by Night
Tjapukai by Night takes you on a magical adventure discovering the legends of Australia’s Dreamtime. The people of the rainforest share their culture during an evening of spectacular entertainment where you join a traditional Tjapukai corroboree. Enter another world for a didgeridoo blessing ceremony, Quinkan spirit performance and spectacular fire-making show. A sumptuous buffet dinner and professional entertainment with Tjapukai’s award-winning live cultural performance follow, then join the dancers around the campfire. The Boomerang Restaurant is open for drinks after the show and the Retail Gallery has authentic Aboriginal art, boomerangs, didgeridoos and artifacts.
Everyone welcome – Reservation not required
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“Nganydjin-da Garran Ngundalna” :: Come and visit us soon!