Welcome to Country

Kaurna Welcome to Country by one on our Kaurna Elders a Traditional owner of Kaurna land. Welcoming visitors onto Traditional Lands. Acknowledging the Traditional owners, past, present and future.

Smoking Ceremony 

A ancient Aboriginal custom that involves burning of Native plants. Cleasing properties and able to ward off bad spirts.

Dreamtime Storytelling 

Traditional Kaurna stories told by a Kaurna Elder. Story’s passed from generation to generation of Kaurna People.  All story’s told with accompanying images. 

Cultural Education 

  • Children
    Education of land and Traditional ways.
    Boomerang and Spear throwing. 
  • Adults
    Teachers information and Education.
    Corporate guide lines and RAP Education and pathways. 


Traditional Dance preformance by our talented team. Professional Dances taught Kaurna Elders. Telling stories though Dance.

Painters and weaving.

Available for all size jobs. Lage scale murals to school work shops.

Some of Our People

Frank Wangutya Wanganeen

Frank Wangutya Wanganeen is a Kaurna / Nurungga Man who was raised on Point Pearce Mission on the Yorke Peninsular of South Australia.

He is passionate about Reconciliation and has been on involved in various committees that deal with Reconciliation.

He has been on the Adelaide City Council Reconciliation Committee, Campbelltown Reconciliation Committee, and Salisbury RAP Committee Aboriginal Heritage, Native Title, Social Justice and the Revival of the Kaurna  Language.

Frank also conducts Kaurna Cultural Tours in the Adelaide CBD and surrounding areas where he creates awareness regarding Kaurna Cultural Heritage and raises the awareness about Aboriginal issues.

Frank is the 2017 recipient of the Premier`s NAIDOC Award which he received for his contribution and ongoing work in the area of the revival of the Kaurna Language, Aboriginal Heritage, Native Title, and community engagement.

Uncle Frank is the current Chair of the Salisbury Council Reconciliation Committee.

Major Lancelot Sumner AM (Uncle Moogy)

Kaurna and Ngarrindjeri Leader and Elder.
South Australian Elder Major ‘Moogy’ Sumner has been honoured at the 2022 South Australian Environment Awards, receiving a lifetime achiever award and induction into the SA Environment Hall of Fame.
“In 2014, he was awarded Member of the Order of Australia for his significant service to the Indigenous community of South Australia through contributions to health, social welfare, youth and cultural heritage organisations.
Moogy” Sumner has recently travelled to the USA to witness the repatriation of the earthly remains of 25 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ancestors.

Uncle Fred Agius 

Kaurna, Ngarrindjeri, Nurungga Elder
Lifetime work to share and contribute to Aboriginal culture and Arts. His services to his community and culture gained him a award in Lifetime achievement 2021 Port Adelaide. 
Son of Aunty Josie Agius who was the First Aboriginal health worker in South Australia. 

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We acknowledge this Land as the Traditional Lands for Kaurna People & respect their spiritual relationship with Country (land and water). I also acknowledge the Kaurna People as the custodians of the Adelaide Region & pay respects to Elders past and present.