Participe de atividades interativas e assista a apresentações teatrais durante uma noite especial da cultura aborígene. Aprenda sobre os costumes tradicionais dos povos indígenas Tjapukai da Austrália enquanto eles compartilham histórias da floresta tropical durante um espetáculo de dança fascinante. Desfrute de canapés e um buffet de jantar. Upgrade para incluir uma bebida de boas-vindas e cerimônia à beira do lago, além de embarque e desembarque em hotéis de Cairns e Northern Beaches.
Tjapukai show cultural e jantar aborígene
Cerimônias de boas-vindas e Lakeside noturnas dramáticas
Experimente a magia e o teatro da cultura aborígine
Recolhimento e desembarque nos hotéis centrais de Cairns e Northern Beaches
Comece sua experiência cultural aborígene de Tjapukai com o embarque no hotel de Cairns e praias do norte e seja recebido com uma taça de vinho espumante na chegada ao local (se a opção for selecionada). Siga a chamada ressonante do didgeridoo através de uma ponte iluminada por chamas até o teatro rainforest, onde o povo Tjapukai - cujo nome significa "floresta tropical" - subiu ao palco. Você verá um espetáculo dinâmico com uma mistura inimitável de humor, música e dança. A história de Tjapukai Dreamtime se desenrola ao ouvir lendas sobre as estações úmidas e secas de Queensland. Atualize sua experiência cultural para incluir uma cerimônia à beira do lago antes do jantar. Você fará parte do Círculo da Serpente do Arco-Íris e participará de uma celebração aborígene de música, canto e dança que culmina em uma cerimônia de fabricação de fogo. Uma bola de fogo iluminada é enviada através do lago enquanto o povo Tjapukai aparece em uma canoa iluminada por chamas para escoltar os convidados para o local de refeições. Você se deliciará com canapés infundidos com sabores nativos e desfrutará de um buffet internacional que inclui pratos suntuosos acompanhados de sobremesa, chá e café. Quando as luzes se apagam, os artistas convidam você a se juntar a eles na fogueira para fotos e um bate-papo íntimo. Antes de retornar ao seu hotel (se a opção for selecionada), há tempo para explorar a premiada Galeria de Belas Artes de Tjapukai.
CANAPES Seleção diária de uma variedade de canapés
• Emus refogada com inhame doce em purê • Kangaroo koftas • Atum com cheiro de capim-limão no pepino • Crocodilo com espeto de cana MENU DE JANTAR BUFFET Por favor, note que o menu está sujeito a alterações devido à disponibilidade sazonal
• DamperSoup recém-assado
• Sopa de missô vermelha com condimentos tradicionais • Sopa de abóbora Butternut com creme azedo e chalotas
• saladas locais preparadas na hora • Batata-doce assada e salada de macadâmia • Salada de flores de banana • Uma seleção de condimentos variados, chutneys e molhos
• mexilhões em ameixa Davidson • Camarão com limão ayri
• Olho de costela grelhado polvilhado com pimenta da montanha e cogumelos da floresta • Peito de frango refogado com limão aspen em verduras murchas • Peixe cozido no vapor com toranja rubi e creme de endro • Porco assado com molhos acompanhantes Batatinhas de bate-papo assadas • vegetais sazonais • Arroz cozido a vaporDessert
• Selecção de sobremesas preparadas diariamente - Cheesecake de ameixa Davidson, brownies de chocolate sem glúten, tortas de murta de limão, tartes de chocolate caramelo • Frutas frescas e cremeNorth Queensland gold coffee & Daintree tea
This is not the place to really learn about culture
, out 2018
The buffet was really good but this is not where you really learn about culture. There were three separate experiences. First, they tell you about the musical instrument they use. This took about 5 minutes and was interesting. The second took about 20 minutes and they paint your face with stripes to represent a tribe, They show you how to start a fire. You spend a lot of time in a circle standing. It was okay. The third is when you go in to eat and they have a show. This is where you are supposed to learn about the culture. It felt like five guys making up a show as they went along. You couldn't understand what they were saying. Our large group left saying, "What was that all about?" Again, food was good and a large selection. But it was several hours where I hoped to really learn about the culture and just didn't.
We enjoyed the start, the fire making ceremony is enjoyable and a little interactive but things got, for lack of a better word, corny after that. After the ceremony you are treated to a buffet, some available foods are very good, some are average or bland, not a bad meal but not great either, the buffet lasts about 45min and around the end of this time my entire table was sitting around wondering if there was anything else happening. the performers came back onstage for a final 20 minutes and while I do not want to be insulting towards any of their culture or traditions, that final porting is very hokey. All of the sound quality is bad, the speakers crackle and are muffled when the performers speak or sing. I enjoyed when they were playing the didgeridoo, but then they inexplicably began playing a terrible piano recording on top of the performers playing. We left the show feeling like we could have spent our time much better.
I wanted very much to visit the outdoor gallery of aboriginal art near Laura, north of Cairns, but we couldn't work out the logistics of getting there and back from Cairns. We wanted some direct experience with the first nation people of Australia, and the Aboriginal Culture Tour was a nice alternative for us. The performers at the beautiful, new performance center outside of Cairns were very good and very engaging. We truly enjoyed every moment of the performance. The meal which followed was also very good. The Tjapukai Center also has an excellent gift shop.
This was one of our favorite experiences of our trip. We booked this somewhat last minute, and so glad that we did. The excursion includes pick up and drop off from the hotel. When you arrive, there are complimentary drinks and face painting. When the show begins, the dancers call everyone to the area by blowing a conch shell. From there, you are lead by torch to the arena to watch the dancing. The performers were excellent and were very passionate about the culture. We attended another's Aboriginal show in Kuranda a few days later. This show blew the one in Kuranda away! I can still hear some of the songs in my head as I write this. The buffet dinner is great with a huge variety. If you want a great culture experience, this is a great opportunity. I highly recommend to anyone visiting Cairns.
This was our first activity in the area. And it was a good way to start. However, the setting was maybe a bit bigger than the performance for me. Due in part to my expectations. Some of the performers lacked my preconceived Aboriginal look. What they did was good. The story they told, however, was a bit hard to keep up with. They buffet with all the various meats, kangaroo, emu, croc ribs, was very good.
It was a great tour, but we did the day tour earlier in the day, so most things were the same except for the dinner. The food was great and I got a chance to try kangaroo and crocodile. I think it would be advisable to tell people that the Night tour is almost the same as the day tour.
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