60,000 years in the making, meet the Aboriginal elders and mobs of this great Southern Queensland region as you embark on an incredible cultural journey like no other – where the true stories and vibrant spirit of Aboriginal Australia unfold before your eyes.
By day, Welcome to Country invites you to discover ancient Aboriginal customs and rituals from Dreamtime to the rhythms of the didgeridoo to participating in all aspects of traditional Aboriginal life including boomerang painting and bush tucker tasting.
And by night, the Evening Experience commands the spotlight with an award-winning roving dinner and theatre experience that takes you from Dreamtime to 1800’s Australia when the British and Aboriginal ways of life collide.
Launched in 2017, Spirits of the Red Sand is a first-of-its kind experience – a true cultural awakening that will open your eyes to the history, beauty, and vibrancy of the Aboriginal people.
"I Loved it! Spirits of the red sands is very well done from every aspect. The moving theater show was fantastic. The staging was great. The aboriginal cast were amazing (and authentic) as were the support cast... The food - out of this world (even for a vegetarian) . "Trip Advisor, Gold Coast, March 2020
"What a journey! My heart was genuinely touched, was entertaining, educational, emotive, interesting, beautiful, and I got lost in the experience. Highly recommend, will be returning to take more friends and family."Trip Advisor, Brisbane, March 2020
"I was told this one of the best outings and it is absolutely true. An eye opening show by 7 indigenous performers some of whom are direct descendants of the subject community. So interesting, so enlightening such fun and it should be compulsory. A new twist to a dinner show with a very good Aussie meal to finish off the night."TripAdvisor, Queensland, February 2020
"Congratulations to those involved in the great experience that corrects some of the misconceptions taught in school history! We enjoyed everything about this emotional presentations and the dinner alone was worth turning up for."TripAdvisor, Cairns, February 2020