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School Cultural Education

In the heart of every child is a curious explorer, eager to learn about the world in vibrant and interactive ways. Bush Adventures ignites this spark of discovery through our Indigenous Cultural Program, designed to immerse students in the rich and diverse heritage of Australia's First Nations people.


Uncle Ken on a school visit

Embracing Indigenous Heritage

At Bush Adventures, we are passionate about fostering a deep respect and understanding for Indigenous cultures, languages, and traditions. Our programs offer a unique educational experience that goes beyond the classroom, allowing students to connect with the ancient wisdom and practices of Australia's First Peoples.

We endeavour to create an enriching educational journey that blends fun, learning, and cultural appreciation. Our activities are crafted to provide hands-on experiences that are as educational as they are entertaining, ensuring that every student leaves with a deeper understanding of and respect for Indigenous cultures.

Our Indigenous Cultural Program Offerings include interactive and educational activities, designed to keep the students engaged and curious.

Topics include

Hands-On Art and Artefacts

Dive into the creative world of Indigenous art by exploring traditional artworks and artefacts. Students will have the opportunity to create their own pieces, learning about the symbols, materials, and stories embedded in each work.

Environmental Consciousness and Activities

Participate in activities like seaweed art and beach litter recycling to understand the Indigenous perspective on environmental stewardship. These lessons in sustainability are crucial for nurturing responsible future citizens.

Traditional Skills

Experience the everyday skills that have been passed down through generations, from using a grindstone to cooking damper. These activities not only teach practical skills but also imbue a sense of connection to the land and its history.

Engaging in Significant Cultural Celebrations

Join in the celebration of NAIDOC Week, Reconciliation Week, and Sorry Day through various activities that honour these important occasions. It's a time for reflection, learning, and celebration of Indigenous history and culture.

Storytelling and Language Learning

Engage with the heart of Indigenous culture through storytelling sessions that bring ancient tales to life. Learn basic words and phrases in the Boandik/Bunganditj language, fostering an appreciation for the linguistic diversity of Indigenous peoples.

Creative Expression Through Book Writing, Song, and Dance

Unlock the creative potentials of students with activities centered on book writing, song, and dance inspired by Indigenous stories and traditions. This encourages not only artistic expression but also a deeper connection to the stories and lessons of Indigenous cultures.


Every lesson is crafted to fit various educational needs, ensuring a memorable and impactful learning experience for all.



For the first lesson booked per visit



per Additional lessons on the same day

Adaptable programs for all year levels

Our programs are designed to be flexible, catering to students from R-3, 4-6, 7-9, to 10+ years.


Whether in the classroom, outdoors, on school excursions, or during assembly presentations, we provide engaging educational experiences for all.


Book Uncle Ken for your school

Whether you're looking to focus on certain aspects of Indigenous culture, accommodate a particular class size, or fit within a specific time frame, we'll craft a proposal that aligns with your requirements. Please fill out the form below and we will be in touch within 1-2 business days with a quote.

Where would you prefer our session take place?
Do you want Uncle Ken to present at an assembly?
Does this visit coincide with NAIDOC Week, Reconciliation Week or Sorry Day?
We would like to include the following topics

Thanks you for getting in touch, we will respond within 2 business days. 

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