Traditional Aboriginal Smoking Ceremony

To ward off bad spirits and cleanse the area

A smoking ceremony is a traditional Aboriginal custom which involves burning native plants just enough to produce smoke. The smoke will cleanse the area and ward off bad spirits from the people and the land.

We perform smoking ceremonies for openings and ceremonies to wish people and companies great success. When at a smoking ceremony, be sure to stand in the smoke to cleanse the past for a better future.

Who we perform for:

Corporate & Government

Education

Community Events

Ceremonies

What is Included?

  • Smoking Ceremony

  • Welcome to Country (optional extra)

  • Didgeridoo Performance (optional extra)

Where can we perform?

This experience is performed in the Yuin Nation boundaries from the Hawkesbury River to the Mallacoota River. Any experience performed outside the Yuin Nation boundary needs permission from other clans and/or tribes from that respective area.

Check out our Welcome Package!

Welcome to Country + Smoking Ceremony + Didgeridoo Performance for a fixed price.

Optional add on Aboriginal dancers.

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