Our unique program is an immersive cultural learning experience for all Teachers K-12.

Wandana is Australia’s leading Aboriginal education and entertainment company that preserves and promotes Australian Aboriginal culture. We offer a range of Aboriginal education and entertainment programs that educate, entertain and inspire. Completing our Wandana Online Program will contribute up to 5hrs of Elective Teacher Professional Development, addressing 2.4.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.

The Online Program has 5 modules:

1. Aboriginal Ceremony-Introduction
2. History
3. Art symbols & painting
4. Yidaki (Didgeridoo)
5. Bush Tucker

The Online Program starts with an Acknowledgement to Country followed by a traditional paint up using ochre paint. This is followed by the Smoking Ceremony including the sounds of the Yidaki and clap sticks, as well a welcome song.

Next you will learn insightful cultural information about Aboriginal History, culture, connection to country, spirituality as well as important significant cultural dates.This is important to create a foundation of basic knowledge from which we move into further content.

Next you will learn the history of Aboriginal art, symbols, their meanings and how they have come about. You will learn the different forms of Aboriginal art and how teaching is expressed through art.

Then you will gain an insight into the world’s oldest instrument. The Yidaki. You will learn about its origin, its importance in culture, the various forms of artwork, the traditional process in making a yidaki and information regarding circular breathing to play the yidaki.

Finally, you will learn about Aboriginal plants, seeds, nuts, fruits and the making of a bangalow basket.



  • Welcome to Country v’s Acknowledgement to Country – what is the difference and why this is important.
  • What is ochre paint, why this is worn and when it is worn. The significance of the design on the face and body.
  • Aboriginal body painting symbolism and meaning.
  • Significant dates including Reconciliation Week and NAIDOC Week
  • The role of Elders in keeping traditions alive through generations.
  • Overview of the Yidaki, its creation, decoration and playing
  • How the different lands have different traditions and why.
  • The background of iconic Aboriginal symbols and what they represent.
  • The different styles of Aboriginal painting, how they are done and why.
  • A deeper understanding of Aboriginal Culture, history and art and the knowledge to take this back into their classrooms.




  • Individual $50.
  • School discount available for group Booking

Please contact us via the form below, and we will organise membership then send your login and password for you to begin.