The Wadumbah Dance Group in full regalia, ready to entertain and educate.
Didgeridoo is a key ingredient for any Wadumbah dance, offering a uniquely Australian Aboriginal sound that instantly conjures up images of the bush.
A meeting of two cultures - Wadumbah took Noongar culture to the Seychelle Islands for the first time in 2008. Here, Jimmy Webb meets a fan after a show.
Every Wadumbah dance is full of high energy movement, backed by the powerful and hypnotic rhythm of the didgeridoo.
Bringing Noongar Dreaming stories to life is what we do - like the Willy Wagtail Dance shown here.
James Webb wears a 'buka', a traditional cloak made of kangaroo.
In 2009 the Group toured China, and enjoyed sightseeing in Beijing.
We love to perform at schools and other organisations where we can help bridge the gap between different cultures.
During the Group's tour of the Seychelles the team visited a local school.
Promoting Noongar culture is something we do with pride. This photo shows a performance at Clontarf Aboriginal School.
International visitors love to engage with Aboriginal culture - like this delegate from Japan, shown with Lord Mayor of Perth Lisa Scaffidi.
We love to travel - here we are in Dubai!
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