Aboriginal kangaroo dance of Western Australia

By AG STAFF 21 November 2014
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Traditional Aboriginal culture is being kept alive in south-western WA

Josh Whiteland and his brothers keep the spirit of their Aboriginal dances alive, performing regularly choreography passed down over generations. Josh tells us about the significance of his culture and the dances to his life as a western-living Aboriginal man and the pride it brings him to share this with others.

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