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Spirits of the Red Sand

About Spirits of the Red Sand

Spirits of the Red Sand is a cultural center located in Beenleigh, Australia that aims to preserve and showcase the rich indigenous heritage of the local area. This unique cultural destination was founded with the purpose of educating the public about the customs, traditions, and spirituality of the indigenous peoples who have lived in the Beenleigh area for thousands of years.

The center is named after the "Spirits of the Red Sand", which are said to be the spiritual guardians of the land and its people. The spirits are believed to have lived in the area since ancient times, and they are said to have protected the land and its people from harm. Today, the cultural center is dedicated to honoring the spirits and keeping their traditions alive.

At the Spirits of the Red Sand, visitors can learn about the local indigenous history and culture through a variety of exhibits and interactive displays. The center is home to a collection of artifacts and cultural treasures, including traditional clothing, tools, and art. Visitors can also take part in interactive activities, such as workshops and tours, that provide a hands-on experience of indigenous culture and traditions.

The center is also home to a large outdoor area, which features a beautiful indigenous garden and a spiritual healing area. This outdoor area is designed to be a peaceful and calming place where visitors can connect with nature and reflect on the rich indigenous heritage of the local area.

In addition to its educational and cultural exhibitions, the Spirits of the Red Sand also serves as an important gathering place for the local indigenous community. The center hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals throughout the year, which provide opportunities for members of the community to come together and celebrate their shared heritage and traditions.

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Tessa Scott
January 21, 2023
A moving performance that everyone, especially Australians, should see. All the actors were amazing and did a wonderful job sharing their culture and history. I cried throughout most of it.nnThe use of the historical buildings and the natural environment was very cool, and the food was delicious.nnAn excellent night out.
Katarina Hayston
January 1, 2023
What a wonderful but heart wrenching experience. Great show showing so much of the history from the perspective of the local indigenous community. Very well done, all participant very engaged. The dinner was ok but I had expected more of the bush tucker flavours. Highly recommend.
July 31, 2023
The Wild Food Festival was fabulous. Pity about the pending lockdown. There was some beautiful kangaroo from the coals, emu dogs, fish, turtle cooked by the peoples who have inhabited these lands for 50000plus years. I purchased authentic artwork from the artists. Took a walk through the bush Tucker garden which was opened today. Stay safe you mob and please can vaccinated to protect our communities.
Reneinei L (Nei)
July 24, 2023
Incredible show with interactive characters and settings. Have a much deeper understanding and appreciation for the First Nation culture and history. Highly recommended and must see!
Paul White
May 8, 2023
Great night out. The experience is very interactive and was loved by us and our kids. The story of clashing cultures hits home, but does it in a tactful way.nThe food was plentiful and was great.nHighly recommended this to anyone who wants to learn about and experience a bit about our indigenous culture.

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Monday 09:00 -
Tuesday 09:00 -
Wednesday 09:00 -
Thursday 09:00 -
Friday 09:00 -
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
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