Embark on an amazing cultural experience while having fun under the starry, starry night. Say yes to this unique outdoor adventure, all in one location. Let Tjapukai be your ticket to Australia’s diverse Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage. Here are the afternoon and evening schedules on Tjapukai:
1:30 pm – Boomerang and Spear Throwing
2:30 pm – Tjapukai Dance Performance
3:00 pm – Bush Foods and Medicines Presentation
3:15 pm – Didgeridoo Show
3:30 pm – Hunting and Weapons Demonstration
4:00 pm – Creation Story
4:15 pm – History and Heroes Talk
4:30 pm – Art of My People
4:45 pm – Gift Shop and depart
7:00 pm – Arrive, browse through art gallery
7:10 pm – Native Spiced Canapes and Complimentary Bubbles and Juice
7:30 pm – Face Painting, Cultural Welcome with Didgeridoo Journey
7:45 pm – Tjapukai Aboriginal Dance Performance
8:00 pm – Lakeside Firemaking Ceremony with Spectacular Fire Ball
8:15 pm – Delicious Buffet Dinner
9:00 pm – Meet the Performers by the Fireside
9:30 pm – Photo Opportunity and Farewell
The cafe is open throughout the day while some attractions might incur additional costs. For more information about the tours, please feel free to visit www.tjapukai.com.au.
While you are still deciding on your preferred itinerary, don’t forget to book your accommodation, too. Make your stay memorable and worth it. Choose Marlin Cove Resort and find a home within any of our sophisticated Trinity Beach Cairns Apartments. Unwind and energise within any of our elegantly designed rooms and take full advantage of our guest amenities. You can spend some days on staycation mode. Start your mornings with a refreshing dip in our sparkling lagoon-style pool and spa, chill out at our spacious barbecue area, relax your worked up muscles in our sauna, enjoy a game or two at our games room, and get comfortable at our library. Also make sure to say hi to our friendly tour desk staff to help you out on your Cairns adventures.
Now is the time you learn about your history. Book your stay directly by visiting https://marlincoveresort.etourism.net.au today. It’s fast and easy!
Image Source : Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park