Aboriginal live theatre and dinner experience

Australia’s Queensland State has unveiled a new indigenous interactive culture experience entitled Spirits of the Red Sand.

During the interactive production, guests move from set to set as they journey back in time to 1880s Queensland and experience the trials and challenges as the British and Aboriginal ways of life collide. Told by Jarrah, the only surviving member of three Aboriginal brothers, the show is set within a real 19th-century Australian town complete with Church, Pub and Indigenous village.

The theatre and dinner experience can be found in Beenleigh, a town located between Brisbane and The Gold Coast. Round-trip transfers from select hotels from both Brisbane and The Gold Coast.

Tickets cost A$120 (US$85) for adults. Dinner is a chargrilled Australian barbecue with dessert and a licensed bar.

The space can cater for groups of up to 1,000 for theatre and dinner – held at the same site. There is no minimum F&B charge or capacity for venue buyouts, and the same ticket price applies.

Spirits of the Red Sand is the only South East Queensland tourism experience to be endorsed by Tourism Australia’s Discover Aboriginal Experiences Program.

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