• Tribal Link Stage One

    Stage One of the Tribal Link Activity Centre:

    • 120 seat theatre
    • Real camp site and displays around the Aboriginal home
    • Artefacts and weapons displays
    • Bush walk with awesome food tasting and gathering
    • Experience based learning including life before settlement first contact and history
    • Open fires to cook marshmallows

"We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land and their elders both past and present"


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Night Programs

Dreamtime Immersion


  • Night walk through the rainforest
  • Local ‘Dreaming’ storytelling and entertainment
  • Bush tucker supper:
    • Hot lemon myrtle tea
    • Scones and bush jam
    • Marshmallows roasted on the fire  


Nighttime Aboriginal dance and dinner immersion

  • Night walk through the rainforest (Bring your torch we may see some friends of the night)
  • Live Dance Performance by the Sunrise Dancers (Aboriginal Dance troupe)
  • Artefacts cultural talk  (learn, experience and play with our team as they explain some of our ancient artefacts and ways of our people
  • Delicious bush tucker meal comprising:
    • bush tucker tasting plates (kangaroo, emu and other meats depending on season and choice, local greens & fruits)
    • lemon myrtle infused Lamb stew and dumplings
    • Vegetarian options
    • refreshing beverages
    • dessert

Day Programs

For campers at QCCC

Day programs with our awesome staff, follow the normal camp times so no need to swap and change. All our lessons are authentic and friendly, showcasing and exploring Indigenous culture. we are based on a touch, taste and feel pedagogy so everyone will have a turn and be engaged.