Bunya Dreaming 2024

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Ticket Prices

General Admission

$5 ages 12-17 $20 Adult admission

Burung Landcare's annual celebration of the iconic Bunya Tree and Indigenous culture.

Join Burung Landcare for an annual celebration of the iconic Bunya Tree.

The day generates an understanding of Indigenous culture providing a space to connect, share knowledge and strengthen community.

Learn about people's connection to country and their links to both the physical and spiritual landscape. Bunya Dreaming is a chance to build reciprocal relationships and develop opportunities for Reconciliation.

Activities include Bunya feasting, competitions, bushfoods, bush medicine, challenges, dance, ceremony, fire, yarning, workshops and more.

The event is family friendly, all generations are welcome.

Please note this is a drug and alcohol free event.

When you attend Bunya Dreaming, you are a part of something special, something real, something that occurred on Country for thousands of years before our time.

Burung Landcare acknowledge the Kabi Kabi ancestors for their diligence to country and countrymen. If it had not been for their resilience and dedication to maintaining cultural connections it would not be possible to reclaim this cultural event for country and countrymen.

Further information

​​The Bunya Dream Team is looking forward to seeing you in January!! There are a few things you can do to help us create a safe, stress-free time.

There is parking available at the location, as well as plenty of parking available at the Landsborough train station where you can catch a shuttle bus to the event.

Please bring your own drinking water bottle, chairs, picnic rug/mat, and pop up Marquees for shade.

We love it when people share. It’s always nice to have lots of fruit available for the little humans on a hot day and the Elders enjoy the healthy home made cakes and biscuits. We really appreciate it. Makes for a happy day.

Please note that this is a drug and alcohol free event and unfortunately dogs are not allowed for safety and the protection of local wildlife.

Contact [email protected] for more info or follow the event on facebook 

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