The Elders of Minjerribah and Moorgumpin greet you with Love, and Welcome you to Our Country. May the 'Winds of Time' bring you back to 'The Island we so Love'.
~ Aunty Marg, President Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders-in-Council
The Quandamooka band is made up of traditional people from the Moreton Bay area, who also share the tradition of song and dance on the island as the Yulu Burri Bah dancers. Inspired by artists including Bart Willoughby and Bob Marley, they sing both originals and covers of their favourite reggae artists.
YULU BURRI BAH DANCERS
Yulli-Burri-Bah Dancers- "the People of the Sand and Sea” are made up of traditional owners of the Moreton Bay area. They share their traditional songs, dance and stories and have toured extensively throughout Australia and overseas.
SALTWATER MURRIS (SWM)
Salt Water Murris’ – Quandamooka Inc. (SWMQ-INC) is a not-for-profit organisation predominately comprised of descendants of the original Nunukal, Nughie and Goenpul tribes of the region. The indigenous people of Minjerribah within the Quandamooka region have an uninterrupted history of living on the island that dates back thousands of years. These artists are the storytellers of their people, telling individual and collective memories through their artistic works and dance performances.
Stop in on your way to the festival and check out the gallery at 3 Ballow Road , Dunwich. (07) 3415 2373
Island Vibe extends its full respect to the local island community, and also the Traditional Custodians of the Quandamooka (Moreton Bay) area – the Nunukal, Nughie and Gorenpul people of Minjerribah (Stradbroke Island) and Moorgumpin (Moreton Island).