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Spirits Of The Red Sand Dinner & Aboriginal Cultural Experience

Gold Coast, Australia

Sharing 60,000 years of culture join this authentic, immersive & interactive experience that connect you with the world’s oldest living culture.

Duration
Duration2 hrs 30 min
Start & End Time
Start & End Time6:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Pick-Up & Drop-Off
Pick-Up & Drop-OffNot included
Minimum Age
Minimum AgeAll ages
Meals
MealsIncluded
Start & End Location
Start & End LocationGold Coast

Spirits Of The Red Sand Dinner & Aboriginal Cultural Experience Highlights

  • Get up to $15 cash back per person when you book with us

  • Enjoy a 2 hr 30 min interactive roving live theatre Indigenous Australian cultural experience

  • Embark on an immersive journey based on true Aboriginal & British historical events

  • Watch performances from the number 1 Aboriginal Dance Troupe

  • Participate in a traditional Aboriginal welcome ceremony

  • Enjoy a hearty Australian 3-course dinner & dessert – try kangaroo, crocodile & emu

  • Access to an onsite bar for drink purchases

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What should I bring?

Bring your digital devices as the cast encourage photography and your questions as this is a completely interactive experience.

Wear casual clothes with flat closed-in footwear (keep cool in summer and rug up in winter).

Enter into your GPS or Google maps, Beenleigh Historical Village, 205 Main Street, Beenleigh, or follow these directions:

 

Directions from Brisbane: Take the M1 South. Take Exit 35 South onto 94 towards Beenleigh and Main Street. At the roundabout, take the 4th exit onto Rochester Drive towards Beenleigh and Mount Warren Park.  At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Main Street. The destination will be on your left.

 

Directions from Gold Coast: Take the M1 North. Take Exit 35 South onto 94 towards Main Street. At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto Rochester Drive towards Beenleigh and Mount Warren Park.  At the roundabout, take the first exit onto Main Street. The destination will be on your left.

There’s plenty of free parking on-site.

The experience is located inside a historical village – a replica of an Australian township from the 1800s with historical buildings you can wander through. Visit an 1800s lolly shop, school, blacksmith and even a jail. There’s a tiny donation required for this part of the experience; ask for details if you are interested.

The show is 100% on each night and is not dependent upon the weather. In the case of light rain, guests will be given umbrellas and ponchos, and there will be no change to the sets. In the case of heavy rain, certain open-air sets will be changed out to enclosed buildings. In the case of severe weather (thunderstorms, cyclones etc.), the entire show will be done in one fully enclosed theatre.

  • Piping hot damper with dipping oils and bush dukkah to start.

  • Tasting skewer of kangaroo, crocodile and emu with roast vegetables

  • Hearty Australian-style char-grilled buffet with a selection of beef, lamb, or chicken cooked to perfection and infused with a signature bush rub

  • Accompanied by baked potatoes, seasonal salads, winter vegetables

  • Indigenous-infused chutney, gravy, sour cream

  • Lemon Myrtle cheesecake or Australian Pavlova

  • Tropical fresh fruit salad with fresh whipped cream

If you're feeling adventurous, try a tasting skewer of emu, crocodile and kangaroo with char-grilled veggies.

Yes. When you book, you can specify if you want vegan, vegetarian, coeliac, lactose-free, any allergies etc.

Yes, you can purchase pre-theatre show drinks from 5.30 pm. The bar is also open during dinner.

Many families have enjoyed the show, which is suitable for children of all ages. However, there are some mild violent/loud scenes as two brothers heatedly discuss the way forward. It's suggested that families brief the children on what they are about to watch and that it is a historical re-enactment that depicts the conflict surrounding the British and Aboriginal meeting for the first time. 

Yes, the full site is wheelchair and stroller accessible. Hosts will guide you to your seat throughout the live theatre show.

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