Join in the fun of Corroboree, a celebration of Indigenous people and culture! Until June 22. 

This June, visitors can connect to country through animal encounters, music, fire-making and art on sacred Coranderrk land.

Explore the Dreaming and journey to the place where Bunjil the Wedge-tailed Eagle, the Indigenous creator spirit, rules the skies in our Spirits of the Sky Presentation and see Woterang the Platypus swim in our Tales from Platypus Creek show daily.

Kids will enjoy face painting, traditional stone painting, boomerang throwing and hear the didge played. 

 

 

What's On (weekends until June 22):

Activities SAT/Sun + PUBLIC hOLIDAYS

Approx. times

Where

Face painting with Indigenous designs 9.00am -10.30am  Front Entry
Didgeridoo playing & clap sticks for kids 10.00am- 11.30am  Front Entry
Fire making and scar tree/canoe story

11.30am - 12.30pm
 

Wurundjeri Walk / Scar Tree
Aboriginal Art classes 11.30am - 3.30pm Reptile Pavilion
Boomerang throwing for families 1.00pm - 1.30pm Wildlife Hospital Lawns

 

 

 

Event details

Times 
9am – 5pm
Dates 
Every weekend for a short time only!
Location 
Healesville Sanctuary
Cost 

General admission fees apply. Kids are free every weekend!