• Cultural Awareness Workshop

Have you ever thought about cultural awareness training for your company?

The demand for Cultural awareness training has increased dramatically especially for governments and major corporations who provide services to Aboriginal communities or seek to gain understanding of the Aboriginal identity and history or for companies looking to build a workplace that respects, welcomes and supports Aboriginal people and our culture.

What does Cultural Awareness Training provide my company?

Cultural awareness training provides participants with understanding, knowledge, new attitudes and finally skills to use immediately in their work environment. It encourages and assists participants to develop:

  • Understanding of the Aboriginal identity and history
  • Knowledge of the different behavioural styles of Aboriginal people
  • An attitude of tolerance and respect towards Aboriginal culture
  • The skill to communicate with Aboriginal people


Five Key aspects of successful Cultural Awareness Training:

  1. Having a knowledgeable Aboriginal trainer who can directly relate to your business challenges and circumstances so you have real world examples to put into practice
  2.  Storytelling and group involvement is a must e.g. What cultural challenges have you faced when dealing with colleagues in your office? can bring out a rich discussion and stories which can be used for learning purposes.
  3. Self awareness and evaluation – training that makes people aware of the impact their actions are likely to have e.g. When you think you are being ‘upfront’ and ‘honest’ might that be interpreted as rudeness in another culture?
  4. Communication. Most people assume communication challenges come from the different languages we speak, but it’s more that different cultures use language differently. What one culture considers to be good communication styles is very often viewed as poor by a different culture. This topic includes behavioural differences as well.
  5. Participant will leave better informed about indigenous culture, more positive about themselves and with real-world skills to work more effectively with Aboriginal people and to enhance their cultural awareness


Contact us for more information

Daytime Indigenous & Early Pioneer's Combo

Spirits of the Red Sand aboriginal performance, Brisbane, Australia

1/2 Day Cultural Awareness Training


• Knowledgeable traditional Aboriginal guide
• Private theatre experience with full AV support
• Options for breakfast, lunch and drinks packages

2 hour executive: $1500 includes coffee; snack in room
½ Day workshop: $2990 includes morning or afternoon tea; water; notepads/pens.

Training program includes:

• Aboriginal History
• Area Names
• Kinship System
• Colonisation and its impact
• Government Administration
• Elders role in the community
• Aboriginality
• Communication and Healing the past for a brighter future



  • "I especially enjoyed interacting with the actors by walking through the village into different scenes. I would most definitely take visitors to see the show & recommend locals to go along."Trip Advisor, Brisbane, Australia, March 2021

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  • "We learned a lot of things that we had never heard before. The meal was absolutely delicious with very generous portions. We found the whole experience both educational and entertaining and very good value for money."Trip Advisor, Robina, Australia, March 2021

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  • "This was an excellent and raw experience - a story that needs to be told. The performance was very real and professional and was thoroughly enjoyed by all, including the meal at the end."TripAdvisor, March 2021

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  • “A great sense of the Aboriginal journey tastefully done. The meal was more than sufficient and well prepared. Overall a great experience. Catered well for our group of two grandparents and 18 grandchildren.”TripAdvisor, January 2020

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  • "This was one of the best experiences I’ve had on my Gold Coast holiday this week. The storyline was very confronting but needs to be told and we all need to learn."TripAdvisor, Shoalhaven, Australia, December 2020

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