Stan Yarramunua

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Yarramunua has dedicated his life raising awareness of Aboriginal Culture through a series of activities: painting, art craft maker, didgeridoo performing, traditional dancing, acting, clothing design, public speaker and healing. He believes that this new availability of information on Aboriginal art and culture creates opportunity for people to learn, understand and appreciate and respect the Aboriginal culture.

His new project is raising funds to open an Aboriginal Cultural Centre (40mins outside Melbourne, Victoria) to allow children, families and adults to experience the true camp fire storytelling and didgeridoo/boomerang making in the native country.

Yarramunua’s family originate from the Yorta Yorta (Barmah Forest region NSW/Vic border) of which the culture is based ona respect for nature where the environment and all it inhabitants must live in harmony with each other. In Short, Yarramunua believes that an ecological balance must sustain the earth and this is the reason Australia was so beautifully persevered as a continent for over 40,000 years before colonial settlement in 1788.

The appreciation of Aboriginal culture on a national and international level reflects the growing awareness of so called ‘primitive culture’ where the land, its people and animistic spirituality are one, in contrast to western philosophy where the earth is a source of exploitation. Yarramunua’s Aboriginal art and culture encourages a nurturing of our plants flora and fauna and he believes that the more we learn of the Dreamtime stories, the more we will be able to understand the delicate balance of nature.


  • Australian Blues Brothers Show
  • Brad Blaze
  • Brad Croft
  • Bustagroove
  • Daryl Braithwaite
  • Jimmy Barnes
  • Katie Noonan
  • Kisstroyer
  • Lady Luck
  • NICA
  • Nyssa Large
  • Red Alert
  • Wilbur Wilde

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