At Our Songlines we focus on mindful activities that encourage cultural learnings in safe creative ways. We connect with our ancestor knowledge and provide activities based on existing knowledge, age, gender and interests.
Weaving is an ancient Aboriginal women’s technique that dates back thousands of years. We use ethically sourced materials to make beautifully woven small baskets. Our Weave & Yarn workshops are hosted in small intimate groups to personalise the experience and ensure quality learnings. During this intimate session you will meet like minded people and connect to a safe space to learn about culture.
Currently we are hosting a range of Weave & Yarn sessions to connect during Covid-19. Weaving kits are provided by the talented Ngumpie Weaving. We are 100% Aboriginal owned and work with other First Nations businesses to provide you with an authentic experience. See Our Shop to find the latest available dates.
Private workshops can be organised at request. We have limits on numbers in the online space, please contact us in the contact form at the bottom of the page.
Our Songlines teams with a number of Aboriginal and Government organisation’s to guide our young ones to pathways that makes sense to them. We connect our young ones to bush, water, earth and business to find their connection and their strengths. If you have a young one or are a young one who is looking for a safe place to learn about culture and your path we can help.
Kayla has a degree in Business (Management) and has worked as a Business Analyst for 5 years. She has also got vast experience working with 8-25 year old’s and is looking to expand that age group and assist people in finding their passion and path.