ADTR aims to promote health and well-being through culture, dance, sports
and recreational programs.

Young Ones

We at ADTR seek for our young ones to have the opportunity to participate in community Cultural projects. Our Cultural workshops are design to provide access for our young ones, these workshops are conducted by Traditional tutors. Gatherings and cultural excursions, to help create a healthy body and mind.
Our dance programs covers both traditional dance, contemporary, jazz, hip-hop and recreational sports.


Canoe making.
Cultural Dance Awareness.
Mens business – A mens group that reaches all parts of the Eora lands and beyond. Invites for both young and older Aboriginal males to join.
This cultural men’s groups aim is to help progress strength and support within our male community.
Gatherings and cultural excursions, help create a healthy body and mind. We do this through our Culture, fitness and well-being programs.
Brother Sean’s first session of Canoe Making Workshop will be 9th April 2022 – register now to confirm your spot!

Womens Programs

ADTR will concentrate on improving the status of Aboriginal women. Among the issues it will address are social justice, the cultural and community and spiritual wellbeing of Aboriginal women and their communities, leadership, and young people’s affairs. We do this through our Culture, fitness, pilates and well-being programs, to help create a healthy body and mind. Gatherings and cultural excursions are lead by Dreamtime Southern X, founded & managed by Dunghutti-Jerrinjha Elder, Margret Campbell.

Register to Join! Spots are limited, so be sure to sign up soon to reserve your spot now.