What To Expect At The Laura Quinkan Dance Festival
Laura Quinkan Indigenous Dance Festival is Australia’s longest running cultural festival that was established in the 1980’s. The 3 day camping festival is held at the Ang-Gnarra Festival site, home of the traditional Bora grounds and is the ideal place to host this biannual event that provides a unique Indigenous experience. It’s a respected and sacred site. Here, people from communities located across Cape York will gather to celebrate with music, dance, singing and cultural performances.
It's a place and event where families meet exchange and pass on history.
Everyone is welcome, bring the family, group of friends, school groups, there is no age limit and the festival is a drug and alcohol free event. Along with the dance performances there will also be a Didgeridoo competition, the Cape York Art Awards, Yarning Circles, Market Place and hands on Didge making, nbasket weaving and much more.