Spirits of the Red Sand

Beenleigh, Logan City Area

Spirits of the Red Sand brings Aboriginal history and culture to life through powerful storytelling, dramatic live theatre and unique touring experiences designed to engage all your senses.

For those wanting to immerse themselves in Aboriginal culture, customs and the stories that have been passed through the generations of time, these are the tours for you.

Spirits of the Red Sand is a brand new Aboriginal Live Theatre Show and Dinner Experience – the only one of its kind in Australia.

By day, the Aboriginal Cultural Trail tour brings Aboriginal culture and Colonial history to life outside of the classroom for students and special interest groups.

Specially-timed morning-tea and lunch-time shows are on offer respectively for cruise ship passengers and Chinese speaking groups arriving or departing from Brisbane.

There’s no language barrier either with their interactive App.

For conference and incentive groups you will appreciate the private location, inspiring surroundings and versatile spaces that make this a spectacular venue.

Crafted by the accomplished master storyteller from Tamaki Maori Village, New Zealand’s most awarded attraction, you know that these tours are as authentic as they are meaningful.

Entry Costs

Entry Cost AUD Valid From Inclusions
Child $15 - $65 Child 10-15 years AUD55-AUD65. Child 5-9 years AUD15-AUD25. Infant to four years not occupying a seat or eating is free.
$89 - $120

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearDaily5pm - 9pm
25 December 2017Closed

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