7 Sep 2019
Mahbilil is the annual festival celebrating Kakadu culture, both traditional and contemporary. Running from midday to midnight, on Saturday, Sept 1st, Mahbilil is a family friendly event crammed with activities, workshops for kids, displays, Indigenous art exhibitions & demonstrations of weaving, painting and other crafts. The Festival includes art from across Arnhem Land, and performances from local traditional dance groups, including the Jabiru Bininj Gunborrk dancers.
Bushfood features prominently with large earth ovens cooking Buffalo, Barramundi and the speciality of the region, Magpie Goose. Join in the fun with competitions that include spear throwing and magpie goose cooking. With lots of activities and entertainment aimed at young kids, youth and the older folks, there really is something for everyone.
At sunset the festival will transform with an evening program of projections, light-shows, music and dance till late. The music is diverse and hosts bands from Top End and across Australia.
Cafe Camping Carpark Coach Parking Disabled access available Family Friendly Kiosk Major Events Pet Friendly Public Toilet Wheelchair access
7 Sep 2019
Jabiru - Pool Parklands
Civic Drive, Jabiru, 886