Join our local elders to discover the joys of weaving in this 90-minute interactive workshop. This experience will give you the opportunity to discover traditional basket weaving, an integral skill to the First Nations people of Australia used in the creation of baskets, jewellery, and nets. Engage in Aboriginal culture by practicing the skills and techniques used to complete the art of traditional Aboriginal weaving!
The Living Kaurna Cultural Centre, located at Warriparinga.
What to expect
Working with local Aboriginal Elders, you will be guided through this interactive basket weaving workshop. Your guide will share the uses and practice of traditional Aboriginal weaving, and then assist you in the creation of your own basket. With all materials included, you will get the opportunity to learn about this ancient practice whilst creating your own basket to keep.
What is included
This 90 minute experience runs from Monday to Friday during the hours of 9am to 4pm.
Minimum number of 6 guests applies to this experience.
- Aboriginal Guide
- Weaving materials
Duration: 1.5 hours
Minimum attendees: 6
Maximum attendees: 30
This experience will operate for groups of 6 - 30 persons. Minimums and availability apply. If minimum numbers are not met, experience may take place pending a minimum payment.
There are many tours and workshops on offer for groups. If you would like to include a picnic box lunch and another experience to enhance your experience, please click the enquire now button.
Please read all Booking Terms and Conditions attached to your booking confirmation email.
Living Kaurna Cultural Centre
Bedford Park, SA 5042
What to bring
- Water bottle
YOUR EXPERIENCE PROVIDER
Southern Cultural Immersion
Southern Cultural Immersion (SCI) was started by Kaurna man, Corey Turner in 2019. SCI strive to promote and nurture reconciliation and cultural respect towards First Nations people.
Southern Cultural Immersion manages operations of the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre located at the sprawling and culturally significant grounds of Warriparinga. Conveniently situated within 12km of Adelaide CBD and offers cultural experiences and workshops, an art gallery, retail store, venue hire and coach parking in the sprawling and culturally significant grounds.
The Living Kaurna Cultural Centre is a major location for First Nations celebrations in South Australia, including music performances and markets. Cultural training, community engagement, art and cultural workshops and cultural tours are also on offer including some incredible experiences in and around the CBD of Adelaide.