Is Australia didgeridooing its way to ever more species extinctions?

Threatened species day: 7 September 2019 Australia is known for a number of things some of which are unique to this island continent. Other than cuddly koalas, there are a whole bunch of other strange, oddball and downright freakish wildlife that call this country home and that are found nowhere else on the planet. But sadly, many of these species … Read More

Expressions Of Interest 2018 | Rripangu Yidaki Masterclass with Djalu Gurruwiwi

Djalu Gurruwiwi playing yidaki

  Expressions of Interest are sought for Yidaki Masterclasses with Djalu Gurruwiwi throughout 2018. Please use the form below to tell us who you are, your email address so we can get in touch with you, where you are travelling from, and any general comments or questions you may have. What: A 7 day yidaki-making and yidaki-playing workshop in a small-group setting … Read More

Rripangu Yidaki Masterclass with Djalu Gurruwiwi, January 2018

Djalu Gurruwiwi

  What: A 7 day yidaki-making and yidaki-playing workshop in a small-group setting with Djalu Gurruwiwi in his home community of Wallaby Beach, living on-site and participating in a variety of daily activities with his extended family. Primarily, you will make your own yidaki to keep with the help of Djalu and other family members and you will listen to and practise some of the … Read More

Falafel – Aussie bushtucker superfood version

Background Falafel is a Middle Eastern food item made by frying small patties or balls of ground chickpeas as the main ingredient. The Egyptian version of falafel uses ground fava beans instead,  is called tamiya or ta’amiya, and it has been claimed that this is the original version. Regardless, these heavenly morsels of leguminous goodness have been eaten for centuries and today, throughout the … Read More