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We are extremely happy to announce that the 17th Didgeridoo Camp will be held on 17 – 19 May 2024. Didgeridoo camp is a three-day Didgeridoo event where we connect our brotherhood and celebrate life and our passion for the Didgeridoo. Just bring your camping gear (tent - caravan - camper - swag) and didgeridoo. We look after all the other stuff. The Didgeridoo workshops and live performances are done by two of Australia’s legends MARK ATKINS and WILLIAM BARTON.. The weekend also includes the opportunity to make your own Didgeridoo..


We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land the Yuggara and Ugarapul people, the protectors of the land on which we are gathering. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and may we always walk together as one.

NOTE: ONLY 50 TICKETS AVAILABLE - Bookings are essential


Acknowledged as one of Australia’s finest Didgeridoo players, Mark Atkins is also recognised internationally for his collaborative projects with some of the world’s leading composers and musicians. A descendant of Western Australia’s Yamitji people, as well as of Irish/Australian heritage, Mark Atkins is known not only for his masterly playing, but also as a storyteller, composer, percussionist, visual artist and instrument maker. Through Mark’s lips the air blows as a natural desert sound, in old ethnic chants and in polyphonic melodies of astonishing rhythms.


William Barton is widely recognised as Australia’s leading didgeridoo player as well as a highly esteemed composer, instrumentalist, and vocalist. He has performed as a solo artist as well as collaboratively with orchestras, string quartets and mixed ensembles, traditional dance groups and fusion/rock jazz bands performing with his own works, others work, and improvisation often inspired by his surrounds at the time. William has a strong desire to give back to his culture, people, and community. One of his greatest enjoyments is his involvement in workshops with schools and children all over Australia, where he teaches the next generation didgeridoo and storytelling.


The weekend also includes the opportunity to make your own Didgeridoo. We'll guide you through the process of making your own eucalyptus Didgeridoo to take home with you. The Didgeridoos we use during our workshops are authentic and naturally hollowed out by termites. No living trees or animals have been harmed or damaged in the process. We use quality Red Box and Yellow Box Eucalyptus logs for our workshops; they are seasoned and ready to be carved. Learn how to make your own didgeridoo that includes: stripping, sanding, chiseling, painting, tuning and making a mouthpiece out of natural beeswax. All equipment, tools and safety wear are supplied. ONLY 15 SPOTS AVAILABLE

** Make your own Didgeridoo $185 pp extra.


Included in the ticket are all the beautiful meals and snacks prepared and served by our beautiful Chef Mei Eng. Cooked on open fire and served in the Didge Dining Room you will enjoy three course meals with creative desserts, freshly made breakfasts and mouthwatering lunches. All drinks including water, coffee and tea are included in the ticket. Our Malaysian chef Mei Eng has more than 25 years’ experience in food preparation, creating a delicious mix of Western and Asian fusion food that will keep on surprising us over the weekend. She told us her secret ingredient is love. Lots of great meals to enjoy during the weekend.


Over the weekend Martin Ellis a descendant from far north New South Wales Gamilaroi tribe and the Northern Territory Warumungu tribe is doing the smoking ceremony on the Saturday afternoon. Smoking ceremony is an ancient and contemporary custom that involves smouldering native plants to produce smoke. This herbal smoke is to have both spiritual and physical cleansing properties, as well as the ability to ward off bad spirits.


We are extremely honored that Aunty Roma is doing the welcome to country this year. Aunty Roma is a traditional owner from South East Queensland and her ancestral connections are with the Turrbal, Jagera (Yugara) and Danggan Balun (Yugambeh/Ngarangwal) peoples. Her skin name is ninyieri banjilann (blue butterfly) and she has a clan totem of the wongari (pretty faced wallaby). The mibunn (wedge tailed eagle) represents one of her language group totems


Included in the tickets are camping spot, the accommodation facilities on camping grounds, firewood, parking, security, all meals including water, tea and freshly brewed coffee. Stage and equipment hire, Didgeridoo workshops and performers fee.

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