Magic Tortoise Band play to crowd in front of projected art and coloured lights on gum trees.
Uncle Tamaru in ceremonial paint and feathers addressing the crowd at night.
Uncle Tamaru smoking the audience amongst the trees.

Beyond the Trees; Reconcile and Nurture

Join this celebration of deep relationship with Kaurna Yerta (Country) presented by Kaurna Elder Uncle Tamaru, along with Aboriginal and local artists, through original music, storytelling and art. Bring a rug, kick off your shoes and enjoy this evening in nature amidst the calling of birds and the display of coloured lights on towering gum trees.

Welcome to Country, stories and truth telling - Kaurna Elder Uncle Tamaru
Yidaki - David Booth (Warumunga/Yuggera) artist 
Poetry - Jason Tyndall, Nature Play SA - Author; Where Birds Sing and Wildflowers Dance
Music - Magic Tortoise - Nature inspired alternative folk duo
Visual Art - Theresa Bassett - Textured art emerging from deep nature connection

Each ticket sale includes $5 donation split between friends of Belair National Park and Minton Farm.

Arrive 5:30pm for a 6pm start. Free entry to Belair National Park for ticket holders or park in the old golf club car park. Bring a picnic, rug or low profile chair. This is an alcohol free event.

Music • Storytelling
South Australia • World Premiere

Sat, 02 Mar

3 hr

Westside at Belair National Park - Main Pavilion

$20 to $25

PG (1 Warning)

More show, venue & access details

This performance has changed times from a 5pm start to a 6pm since the Adelaide Fringe Guide was printed.

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