The Deadly Dancers Performances

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Entertainment Dhinawan style

From traditional dances and comedy shows to fire making and didgeridoo performances, Dhinawan has showcased his talents in private, public and commercial forums – including the First Nations Economic Opportunities Conference, Kings National Boys Conference, and Oxfam Youth International Partnership Kaleidoscope. Dhinawan educates while entertaining, and travels nationally and internationally showcasing the beauty of his culture.  His services include: Opening & Closing Ceremony Acknowledgement to … Continue reading Entertainment Dhinawan style

Celebrity speaker

Aboriginal keynote speaker, MC, artist, dancer and actor Dhinawan, a descendant of Gamillaroi Bigambul tribe, AKA Mick Baker, is one of Indigenous Australia’s most engaging, articulate and entertaining public speakers and one of its busiest cultural ambassadors. Known for his spontaneous, straight-from-the-heart cultural commentary, Dhinawan’s keynote speaking style has attracted high profile organisations such as Telstra, Foxtel, Oxfam, Australia Council of Educational Leaders, The King’s … Continue reading Celebrity speaker

Encouragement Award

Dhinawan was delighted when The Hon. Paul Lynch MP, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs announced Dhinawan Dreaming won the Encouragement Award. Brunswick Heads based Indigenous speaker and educator Dhinawan from the Gamillaroi Bigambul tribes has last night received an Encouragement Award for“Education, Learning and Knowledge”. “I am very surprised and honoured to be receiving this award; I would like to thank the People who nominated me.” Dhinawan delivers … Continue reading Encouragement Award

Australias Aboriginal Cultural Ambassador

A descendant of the Gamillaroi Bigambul tribe, Dhinawan is one of indigenous Australia’s most engaging, entertaining and memorable performers. Starting as a tour guide on Queensland’s Fraser Island when he was 19 years old, Dhinawan has since become one of Australia’s busiest cultural ambassadors. When not spearheading anti-bullying programs in primary schools and painting boards for pro surfer Kelly Slater, the now 36-year-old travels regularly … Continue reading Australias Aboriginal Cultural Ambassador

Dhinawan Dreaming Workshops

Dhinawan (Michael Baker) is a descendant of the Gamillaroi Bigambul Tribes. As a proud Aboriginal warrior, Dhinawan demonstrates his pride in every performance through playing the didgeridoo, dancing, and singing. Dhinawan Dreaming offers cultural workshops such as art, bush tucker and bush medicine, as well as didgeridoo and dance workshops. Dhinawan also offers educational lectures and is heavily involved with many conferences as an Aboriginal … Continue reading Dhinawan Dreaming Workshops