Be Welcomed to Country by our Traditional Owners as part of the official opening of the 2019 Karijini Experience, gain a sense of the land and the Banjima culture, including an official Welcome to Country and corroboree followed by an exciting musical line-up of local musicians.
A Sistars Dreaming Workshop is designed to take you on an immersive journey deep into yourself and connect with Karijini’s immense, intense energy. We are three sisters bringing together our special gifts of traditional healing with bush medicine, energy balance and alignment, meditation and clairvoyance.
Wednesday 17, 9.30am - 11.30am
Thursday 18, 10am - 12pm
Friday 19, 10am - 12pm
Saturday 20, 2pm - 4pm
Sunday 21, 10am - 12pm
ABORIGINAL INSPIRED LANDSCAPE SASHIKO Traditional aboriginal art designs are often geometric in nature. Using inspiration from geometric or abstract shapes from photos or your imagination is the starting point for this workshop. You will receive a 15cm Have A Go Modern Sashiko Kit to start your slow stitching journey.
The storytelling brilliance and beautiful voice of West Australian Noongar performer Gina Williams, talented guitarist Guy Ghouse and Russell Holmes - keyboardist extraordinaire, will capture the intimate audience through the power of song sung in rare Noongar language.
Be astounded by this one of a kind dining experience presented by Fervor. A long-table 10 course degustation focused on fresh, locally sourced produce and sustainably foraged native ingredients, each course is crafted with passion and prepared before your eyes, bringing out the taste and excitement of the region with each dish.
Relax in our Karijini open air theatre while viewing some incredible films produced by accomplished and up and coming Australian film makers. For the adults, a cheeseboard for one served with refreshment of your choice is available for purchase to enjoy while connecting to Country through film and story.
Come on a journey of creative mindfulness where you will use fabric and thread to create your very own unique A3 sized piece of the Pilbara forever captured for future generations. You don’t have to be an expert at sewing, or even art. Just willing to play with textiles and slow stitching using your imagination.
Experience the exquisite story telling talents of internationally renowned Aboriginal opera soprano Deborah Cheetham with a WA Symphony Orchestra String Quartet. This intimate and exclusive event performed on an ancient stage like no other, will stir your soul as Deborah brings the natural acoustics of Kalamina Gorge to life.
Don’t miss this evening of fine dining and entertainment, sure to be unlike anything you have experienced before. Pop-up restaurant team Fervor create art with each plate of food, focused on harnessing locally sourced produce and sustainably foraged native ingredients, accompanied by a spectacular array of entertainment and a full moon rising.
Be entertained by celebrity chef Mark Olive while he prepares a long table high tea using native ingredients mixed with modern and traditional techniques. Take the opportunity to relax with a fine cup of tea and enjoy Mark’s one-of-a-kind personality as he illuminates the food he is so passionate about.
This astounding one of a kind dining experience presented by Fervor, is a long-table 10 course degustation focused on fresh, locally sourced produce and sustainably foraged native ingredients. Each course is crafted with passion and prepared before your eyes, bringing out the taste and excitement of the region with each dish.
Reflect on the magnificent night sky as you sit back in the Yurlu Lounge and enjoy a prestigious line-up of Australian musicians. Yurlu is the Banjima word for Country or Earth, so bring your own chairs for a magical night of culture and music immersed in Country. Indulge yourself with a ticket to the VIP Lounge, with catering from roving restaurant sensation Fervor. Food will be available for purchase for general admission.