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NameCorroborees in Austage, 1816 to 1935
DescriptionA collection of corroborees collected from historical and contemporary records. This is only a small portion of the corroborees recorded in AusStage, including only those that have been geolocated.
Type
Content WarningOnly corroborees that were recorded can be represented, such that these are often those witnessed by and/or performed for colonists and other audiences. Their distribution therefor reflects colonial presence rather than the distribution of corroborees.
Contributorbill.pascoe@newcastle.edu.au
Entries463
Allow ANPS? No
Added to System2022-09-09 13:44:12
Updated in System2022-09-09 15:03:47
Subject corroboree, first nations, dance
CreatorAusStage
PublisherAusStage
Contacthttps://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/learn/contact/
Citation
DOI
Source URLhttps://www.ausstage.edu.au/
Linkbackhttps://www.ausstage.edu.au/
Date From1816
Date To1935
Latitude From
Longitude From
Latitude To
Longitude To
LanguageEN
LicenseCC BY-NC-SA 4.0
RightsCopyright Β© AusStage and contributors, 2003-2022
Date Created (externally)

Corroboree - Warland Reserve

Placename
Warland Reserve
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.556459
Longitude
138.623696

Description

The natives residing in the camp at Victor Harbor held a corroboree on the Reserve. Several hundreds of onlookers were present.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119852
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45388
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119852
Source
"Victor Harbor, February 1.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87796200, 1900-02-10, "Victor Harbor, February 1., Chronicle, 10 February 1900, 13, 14"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Fyans' Ford

Placename
Fyans' Ford
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.133333
Longitude
144.316667

Description

Friendly meeting of several tribes near Mr Boyd's paddock (Fyans' Ford). Around 50 performers. Mingollabel (alias John Bull) was the chief who sang to the dancers.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:115618
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45561
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/115618
Source
The Natives, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article91458732, 1848-06-10, "The Natives, Geelong Advertiser, 10 June 1848, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Institute Hall

Placename
Institute Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.504605
Longitude
138.785263

Description

An impromptu concert was held in the Institute Hall. Two aboriginals convulsed the audience with laughter by giving a corroboree, or war dance on the stage.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119853
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45389
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119853
Source
Pretoria Abandoned., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36958630, 1900-06-02, "Pretoria Abandoned., The Advertiser, 2 June 1900, 7" | "Goolwa, May 31.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article96945638, 1900-06-07, "Goolwa, May 31., The Southern Argus, 7 June 1900, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cricket Ground

Placename
Cricket Ground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.858378
Longitude
121.880098

Description

There was a large attendance at the local cricket ground to witness the Australian Natives' sports. A corroboree was held in the evening.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119855
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45390
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119855
Source
"Esperance, June 4.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88481181, 1900-06-05,"Esperance, June 4., The Kalgoorlie Miner, 5 June 1900, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Mr W. Charlick's residence

Placename
Mr W. Charlick's residence
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.982893
Longitude
138.603584

Description

About fifty of the natives from Point Macleay entertained the Jubilee Exhibition Committee at the residence of Mr. W. Charlick.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119856
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45391
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119856
Source
Point Macleay Natives, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54456495, 1900-08-10, "Point Macleay Natives, The South Australian Register, 10 August 1900, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Sale

Placename
Sale
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.107709
Longitude
147.064073

Description

Whilst the Duke was in Victoria he visited Sale. King Billy of Gippland gave an imitation corroboree, slung boomerangs and coo-eed for him.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120703
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45398
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120703
Source
King George V, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15145788, 1910-05-10, "King George V, Sydney Morning Herald, 10 May 1910, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Darwin Oval

Placename
Darwin Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.465441
Longitude
130.8451

Description

A wedding party went ot the cricket oval to view a corroboree by the natives.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120133
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45405
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120133
Source
Wedding, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4306997, 1903-05-08, "Wedding, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 8 May 1903, 2" | Our Trip To Japan, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12270989, 1903-09-07, "Our Trip To Japan, The Mercury, 7 September 1903, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Pipe Clay Creek

Placename
Pipe Clay Creek
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.02
Longitude
153.21

Description

A story from a hunter who took a party of gentlemen to the hunting grounds at Pipe Clay Creek.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:115619
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45562
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/115619
Source
Kangaroo Hunting, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59766697, 1848-08-19, "Kangaroo Hunting, Bells Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle, 19 August 1848, 2, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Queens Park Toowoomba

Placename
Queens Park Toowoomba
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.560244
Longitude
151.960762

Description

A Hospital demonstration to raise funds. The programme included a genuine black's corroboree and a very large crowd assembled.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120134
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45406
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120134
Source
Hospital Demonstration, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article97398831, 1903-05-27, "Hospital Demonstration, Western Star and Roma Advertiser, 27 May 1903, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Geelong

Placename
Geelong
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.148539
Longitude
144.361361

Description

A corroboree was performed led on by four aborigines in new blankets at the Geelong Railway Ball.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:116311
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45580
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/116311
Source
The Geelong Fete, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article7134578, 1857-07-02, "The Geelong Fete, The Argus, 2 July 1857, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - McCaffrey's Federal Hall

Placename
McCaffrey's Federal Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.875801
Longitude
150.604054

Description

King Mickey and some of the native lads held a corroboree in McCaffrey's Federal Hall.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120139
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45407
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120139
Source
Grand Native Festival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article101697750,1903-12-22, "Grand Native Festival, The Kiama Independent, and Shoalhaven Advertiser, 22 December 1903, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Native's Camp

Placename
Native's Camp
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-11.403389
Longitude
132.902422

Description

A corroboree was improvised by about 100 natives

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120140
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45408
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120140
Source
A Trip To Malay Bay, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4315326, 1904-01-08, "A Trip To Malay Bay, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 8 January 1904, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Wirrabara

Placename
Wirrabara
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.060262
Longitude
138.189615

Description

Natives numbering between 30 or 40 kept the inhabitants entertained with native corroborees.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120141
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45409
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120141
Source
Wirrabara, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4957234, 1904-03-29, "Wirrabara, The Advertiser, 29 March 1904, 8" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Duaringa

Placename
Duaringa
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.72502
Longitude
149.669848

Description

Cricket match between Duaringa and the Railway club from Rockhampton. After dinner there was a blacks' corroboree between forty and fifty taking part. It commenced around 10pm and went until the early hours of the morning.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120142
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45410
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120142
Source
Duaringa v Railway, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53009932, 1904-04-04, "Duaringa v Railway, The Morning Bulletin, 4 April 1904, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Laura

Placename
Laura
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.183405
Longitude
138.305513

Description

A large number of original natives were encamped around the town and attracted the townspeople to the river bank by announcing a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120143
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45411
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120143
Source
Blackfellows At Play, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4961178, 1904-04-14, "Blackfellows At Play, The Advertiser, 14 April 1904, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Broome

Placename
Broome
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.947595
Longitude
122.237844

Description

The Governor witnessed a weird corroboree provided by a horde of natives in the Japanese and Chinese quarters of the town.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120146
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45412
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120146
Source
His Excellency The Governor At Broome, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article38683348,1904-06-18, "His Excellency The Governor At Broome, Western Mail, 18 June 1904, 14" | The Vice-Regal Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article25090837,1904-06-14, "The Vice-Regal Tour, The West Australian, 14 June 1904, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Broome

Placename
Broome
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.947595
Longitude
122.237844

Description

A corroboree took place "recently" in the Nor'-West

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120292
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45413
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120292
Source
Aboriginals Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87089829, 1904-11-30, "Aboriginals Corroboree, Bunbury Herald, 30 November 1904, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Darwin Oval

Placename
Darwin Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.465441
Longitude
130.8451

Description

All the passengers of the steamer Empire came ashore in the evening to witness a native corroboree on the cricket oval.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120400
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45427
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120400
Source
Heavy Passenger Traffic, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5016256, 1906-03-19, "Heavy Passenger Traffic, The Advertiser, 19 March 1906, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Fowler's Bay

Placename
Fowler's Bay
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.95584
Longitude
132.45453

Description

A corroboree was given in the evening by aborigines

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120403
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45428
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120403
Source
"Fowler's Bay, August 5", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5092551, 1906-08-14, "Fowler's Bay, August 5, The Advertiser, 14 August 1906, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Tarrawingee

Placename
Tarrawingee
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.389917
Longitude
146.484945

Description

The Poolamacca blacks paid a visit to Tarrawingee and held a corroboree much to the delight and amusement of the townspeople in the evening. Refreshments in the form of tea, sandwiches, cake, cheese, biscuits, jams, lollies etc. were supplied by a number of the townspeople.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120406
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45429
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120406
Source
Concentrates, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44517357, 1906-11-02, "Concentrates, Barrier Miner, 2 November 1906, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cavenagh Street

Placename
Cavenagh Street
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.460323
Longitude
130.840924

Description

In the evening corroborees were celebrated in Cavenagh Street inside circles of bonfires.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120409
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45430
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120409
Source
Chinese Festivities, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4347611, 1907-03-01, "Chinese Festivities, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 1 March 1907, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cannington

Placename
Cannington
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.014116
Longitude
115.945596

Description

The natives in the Cannington district held a corroboree in the evening. The proceedings were watched by a large gathering of spectators, including many visitors from the city. About a dozen natives took part in the performance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120411
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45431
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120411
Source
News And Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article25700046, 1907-04-04, "News And Notes, The West Australian, 4 April 1907, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Silverton

Placename
Silverton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.884062
Longitude
141.217732

Description

In the evening a tribe of aboriginals from Poolamacca station gave a corroboree which was largely attended by the residents. A collection was taken up which resulted in a fair amount being raised.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120412
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45432
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120412
Source
Serious Chances, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44371075, 1907-04-15, "Serious Chances, Barrier Miner, 15 April 1907, 3" | Silverton, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37329943, 1907-05-01, "Silverton, Burra Record, 1 May 1907, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Henley Beach

Placename
Henley Beach
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.919598
Longitude
138.49361

Description

During the week several corroborees were performed to the residents on the sands. The leading woman caused much merriment the public contributed to the funds of the company. A rug was spread and 5 bob was collected.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120414
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45433
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120414
Source
Native Corroborees, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57507516, 1907-05-18, "Native Corroborees, The Register, 18 May 1907, 8" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Thursday Island

Placename
Thursday Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-10.580642
Longitude
142.215127

Description

In the evening a corroboree of natives from Murray and Hommond Islands was held in front of the Drill Shed in honour of the Governor-General's visit (Lord Northcote). An extra bag of sugar was held out as reward for a good performance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120425
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45434
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120425
Source
Doings at Thursday Island, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71593500, 1907-06-26, "Doings at Thursday Island, Australian Town and Country Journal, 26 June 1907, 39"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Bega

Placename
Bega
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.6732
Longitude
149.844

Description

A team of Aboriginal cricketers from Wollaga Lake paid a visit to Bega and encountered an eleven of their white countrymen. In the evening a concert was given and concluded with a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120684
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45441
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120684
Source
Versatile Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14922866, 1908-05-25, "Versatile Aborigines, Sydney Morning Herald, 25 May 1908, 6" | Versatile Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article101576017, 1908-05-29, "Versatile Aborigines, The Burrowa News, 29 May 1908, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cooper's Camp

Placename
Cooper's Camp
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-11.747374
Longitude
130.649015

Description

At Cooper's Camp Mr Sayers was entertained at a big corroboree of natives.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120685
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45442
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120685
Source
News & Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4362181, 1908-10-02, "News & Notes, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 2 October 1908, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Bon Accord Mine Site

Placename
Bon Accord Mine Site
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.673526
Longitude
138.920992

Description

40 of the natives held a corroboree near the Bon Accord Mines and a good number of Redruth and Aberdeen people attended to see the dance and hear the songs.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117817
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45604
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117817
Source
Kooringa, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article828825, 1861-01-08, "Kooringa, South Australian Advertiser, 8 January 1861, 3" | Kooringa, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article90033615, 1861-01-12, "Kooringa, South Australian Weekly Chronicle, 12 January 1861, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Hobart Show Grounds

Placename
Hobart Show Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-42.830716
Longitude
147.28684

Description

A corroboree took place at the Hobart Carnival performed by 12 aboriginals from Port McLeay.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120701
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45450
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120701
Source
The Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10052797, 1910-02-09, "The Carnival, The Mercury, 9 February 1910, 3" | The Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10053030, 1910-02-11, "The Carnival, The Mercury, 11 February 1910, 2" | Aborigines For Tasmania, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article109806502, 1910-02-15, "Aborigines For Tasmania, 15 February 1910, 2" | The Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10053478, 1910-02-15, "The Carnival, The Mercury, 15 February 1910, 6" | Carnival Grand Opening Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10053792, 1910-02-18, "Carnival Grand Opening Day, The Mercury, 18 February 1910, 6" | The Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10053785, 1910-02-18, "The Carnival, The Mercury, 18 February 1910, 5" | Foundation Of Hobart, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article76800754, 1910-02-19, "Foundation Of Hobart, The Daily News, 19 February 1910, 13" | The Hobart Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10053956, 1910-02-21, "The Hobart Carnival, The Mercury, 21 February 1910, 5, 6, 7" | Hobart Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5235347, 1910-02-21, "Hobart Carnival, The Advertiser, 21 February 1910, 10" | The Hobart Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10054726, 1910-02-28,"The Hobart Carnival, The Mercury, 28 February 1910, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Bendigo

Placename
Bendigo
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.759
Longitude
144.28

Description

A corroboree was held as part of the Easter Fair.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120702
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45451
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120702
Source
Bendigo Easter Fair, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89547616, 1910-03-14, "Bendigo Easter Fair, Bendigo Advertiser. , 14 March 1910, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Dorre Island

Placename
Dorre Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-25.062938
Longitude
113.108631

Description

A corroboree took place after dinner by the natives. They were rewarded with an extra allowance of tobacco.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120812
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45452
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120812
Source
The North-West, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article26261138, 1910-06-27, "The North-West, The West Australian, 27 June 1910, 5, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Dunoon Reserve

Placename
Dunoon Reserve
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.678866
Longitude
153.32173

Description

A corroboree was held in which many tribes took part. About 40 aborigines from Coraki, Cabbage Tree Island and other centres performed with about 400 spectators present. The receipts amounted to Β£15.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120811
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45453
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120811
Source
Aboriginal Corroborees, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72247181, 1910-06-13, "Aboriginal Corroborees, Northern Star, 13 June 1910, 2" | The Aboriginal Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72247851, 1910-06-21, "The Aboriginal Corroboree, Northern Star, 21 June 1910, 2" | The Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72248473, 1910-06-29, "The Corroboree, Northern Star, 29 June 1910, 5" | Fact and Comment, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61523094, 1910-07-07, "Fact and Comment, Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 7 July 1910, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Grafton Racecourse

Placename
Grafton Racecourse
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.677181
Longitude
152.927928

Description

A small band of aborigines repeated their performances of a corroboree. The proceeds will go to the hospital funds.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120813
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45454
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120813
Source
Lismore, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61524113, 1910-07-23, "Lismore, Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 23 July 1910, 12"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Oodnadatta

Placename
Oodnadatta
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.548119
Longitude
135.4475

Description

The Parliamentary party (Premier, Treasurer and Inspector of Mines) witnessed a corroboree of aborigines.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120814
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45455
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120814
Source
News Of The Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59136709, 1910-09-03, "News Of The Day, The Register, 3 September 1910, 12" | To The Far North, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5279617, 1910-09-06, "To The Far North, The Advertiser, 6 September 1910, 8" | The Heart Of Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59133496, 1910-09-09, "The Heart Of Australia, The Register, 9 September 1910, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Adelaide

Placename
Adelaide
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.925458
Longitude
138.599709

Description

As part of the Labour Day Festival a dray drawn by eight bullocks contained several aborigines in European costume waving boomerangs and simulating a corroboree. The procession started from Trades Hall and made it's way past the Advertiser office on King William Street.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120815
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45456
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120815
Source
Eight Hours Day., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5272952, 1910-10-13, "Eight Hours Day., The Advertiser, 13 October 1910, 7, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Payne's Find

Placename
Payne's Find
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.270831
Longitude
117.691211

Description

The blacks held a mammoth corroboree near Payne's Find. There are estimated to be between 400 and 500 of them present from Geraldton and district and as far as Eucla.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120816
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45457
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120816
Source
News and Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article80191017, 1911-07-18, "News and Notes, The Daily News, 18 July 1911, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Coranderrk Station

Placename
Coranderrk Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.684007
Longitude
145.521938

Description

The Coranderrk natives gave an entertainment at the aboriginal station in aid of the Healesville Progress Association. It was witnessed by numbers of visitors.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120817
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45458
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120817
Source
General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article93699380, 1911-07-19, "General News, Colac Herald, 19 July 1911, 1"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Murat Bay

Placename
Murat Bay
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.120478
Longitude
133.673009

Description

Two corroborees were witnessed at Murat.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120819
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45459
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120819
Source
"""Every Time A Million""", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59218225, 1911-09-08, """Every Time A Million"", The Register, 8 September 1911, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Adelaide Oval

Placename
Adelaide Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.915535
Longitude
138.596187

Description

20 full-blooded natives from the Point McLeay mission station gave a corroboree at the Fancy Dress Football Carnival.They were given a tram ride to Henley Beach and a picnic on the sands. In the evening they were entertained by a picture at the Empire Theatre. They also received a new rig out complete from head to food. About 35,000 crowd in attendance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120818
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45460
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120818
Source
General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5308669, 1911-09-07, "General News, The Advertiser, 7 September 1911, 8" | Just So., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59212415, 1911-09-09, "Just So., The Register, 9 September 1911, 16" | For Charity, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59216576, 1911-09-30, "For Charity, The Register, 30 September 1911, 16" | General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5321516, 1911-10-07, "General News, The Advertiser, 7 October 1911, 18, 19" | For Sweet Charity's Sake, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5321220, 1911-10-07, "For Sweet Charity's Sake, The Advertiser, 7 October 1911, 2" | Fancy Dress Football Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5324476, 1911-10-14, "Fancy Dress Football Carnival, The Advertiser, 14 October 1911, 18, 19" | For Sweet Charity's Sake, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5324111, 1911-10-14, "For Sweet Charity's Sake, The Advertiser, 14 October 1911, 2" | General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5324629, 1911-10-16, "General News, The Advertiser, 16 October 1911, 8" | Fun At The Oval, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5324887, 1911-10-16, "Fun At The Oval, The Advertiser, 16 October 1911, 11" | General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5316115, 1911-12-18, "General News, The Advertiser, 18 December 1911, 8" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Vacant Allotment next to The Park Hotel

Placename
Vacant Allotment next to The Park Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-20.072121
Longitude
146.261061

Description

The allotment was crowded both evenings which concluded with a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120820
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45461
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120820
Source
"Wednesday, January 3, 1912", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article80333412, 1912-01-03, "Wednesday, January 3, 1912, The Northern Miner, 3 January 1912, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Herberton

Placename
Herberton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.37960688
Longitude
145.3843243

Description

An aboriginal corroboree closed the Herberton Show.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions ''Herberton".
event_number
ausstage:Events:120822
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45462
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120822
Source
Herberton Show, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39929835, 1913-03-26, "Herberton Show, Cairns Post, 26 March 1913, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Kalgoorlie

Placename
Kalgoorlie
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.747016
Longitude
121.474855

Description

A large number of aboriginals have assembled from Norseman, Northam, Esperance, Southern Cross, Laverton, Kurnalpi, Edjudina, Bulong and Eucla and gave corroborees on Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. These took place about a quarter of a mile north-east of Hannans Brewery.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120823
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45463
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120823
Source
A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92228993, 1913-04-10, "A Corroboree, The Kalgoorlie Miner, 10 April 1913, 4" | Kalgoorlie Kedgeree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article57754177, 1913-04-20, "Kalgoorlie Kedgeree, Sunday Times, 20 April 1913, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Boulia

Placename
Boulia
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-22.906647
Longitude
139.913344

Description

His Excellency and party paid a visit to the aboriginals camp in the afternoon where the gins gave a short corroboree. At night the party again visited the camp when a "full dress" corroboree was given by all the blacks.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120824
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45464
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120824
Source
The Governor At Boulia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article79117127, 1913-05-15, "The Governor At Boulia, The Northern Miner, 15 May 1913, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Normanton

Placename
Normanton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.688158
Longitude
141.066528

Description

A number of Aboriginals from the Gulf stations have been corroboreeing to amuse the townspeople.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120826
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45465
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120826
Source
Interstate (By telegraph), http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59079584, 1914-02-07, "Interstate (By telegraph), Townsville Daily Bulletin, 7 February 1914, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Point Macleay

Placename
Point Macleay
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.509952
Longitude
139.128977

Description

Natives of the station to the number of 300 held a corroboree in honour of Mr P. W. Francis the local schoolmaster who had worked amongst the natives for 10 years.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120827
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45466
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120827
Source
Personal, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5424479, 1914-04-16, "Personal, The Advertiser, 16 April 1914, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Meningie

Placename
Meningie
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.686796
Longitude
139.338394

Description

Most of the people of Meningie turned out to witness a mock corroboree by the aboriginals of the Lake Albert district and from the Point McLeay mission. It was a public entertainment carried out by the lakeside.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120828
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45467
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120828
Source
"Meningie, April 27.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5426439, 1914-04-30, "Meningie, April 27., The Advertiser, 30 April 1914, 18"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Emerald Show Grounds

Placename
Emerald Show Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.568573
Longitude
148.006079

Description

At night a huge corroboree by all the Aboriginals in the District took place.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120829
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45468
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120829
Source
Emerald Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53334401, 1914-05-16, "Emerald Carnival, The Morning Bulletin, 16 May 1914, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - The Wharf

Placename
The Wharf
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.256929
Longitude
139.454493

Description

Natives from Wellington and Point McLeay held a corroboree on the wharf. About 200 residents were interested spectators. Queen Louise of the Lake Alexandrina tribe claimed to be over 100 years old. Some natives left for Murray Bridge to hold similar entertainments.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120830
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45469
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120830
Source
A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article6423114, 1914-06-30, "A Corroboree, The Advertiser, 30 June 1914, 14" | Out Of It, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92079798, 1914-08-08, "Out Of It, Preston Leader, 8 August 1914, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Milang

Placename
Milang
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.40467
Longitude
138.9689

Description

For the entertainment of the visitors a daylight corroboree was held for members of an anthropological excursion studying the natives of Narrinyerri tribe.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120831
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45470
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120831
Source
Trip To Milang, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article6429158, 1914-08-12, "Trip To Milang, The Advertiser, 12 August 1914, 13" | Trip To Milang, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article56699723, 1914-08-12, "Trip To Milang, The Register, 12 August 1914, 14"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Brisbane Exhibition Grounds

Placename
Brisbane Exhibition Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.45
Longitude
153.032778

Description

A native corroboree was performed as part of the patriotic carnival.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120832
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45471
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120832
Source
Patriotic Entertainments, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article19992435, 1914-10-28, "Patriotic Entertainments, The Brisbane Courier, 28 October 1914, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Town Hall

Placename
Town Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.5421
Longitude
115.512804

Description

On Christmas eve the local blacks danced a corroboree in the town hall. They raised a sum of Β£3 for the Red Cross funds.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120834
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45472
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120834
Source
Mullewa, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37599792, 1916-01-21, "Mullewa, Western Mail, 21 January 1916, 17"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Gympie Railway Station

Placename
Gympie Railway Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.1874
Longitude
152.6712

Description

The Barambah Aboriginals by special request indulged in a corroboree for the edification of the Governor and Lady Gould-Adams.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120835
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45473
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120835
Source
A Special Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20148490, 1917-09-03, "A Special Corroboree, The Brisbane Courier, 3 September 1917, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - St. John's Hall

Placename
St. John's Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-41.439993
Longitude
147.141655

Description

A corroboree was held in the evening after the Missionary Exhibition.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120962
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45474
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120962
Source
Mission Exhibition, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article50949323, 1917-10-17, "Mission Exhibition, Launceston Examiner, 17 October 1917, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Lower Esplanade Beach

Placename
Lower Esplanade Beach
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.321148
Longitude
153.076551

Description

A picnic was arranged for Aborigines from the Barambah mission settlement at the Lower Esplanade Beach in Sandgate. 100 men, women and children were present.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120963
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45475
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120963
Source
Corroboree at Sandgate, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20200855, 1917-12-03, "Corroboree at Sandgate, The Brisbane Courier, 3 December 1917, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Kyneton

Placename
Kyneton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.2475
Longitude
144.453

Description

Seven males held a corroboree in the Market Reserve, Kyneton.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113569
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45617
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113569
Source
Country News. Kyneton., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5747086, 1864-04-06, "Country News. Kyneton., The Argus, 6 April 1864, 6" | Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article138037293, 1865-01-07, "Country News, The Australasian, 7 January 1865, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Kensington

Placename
Kensington
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.924712
Longitude
138.64325

Description

Noah Shreeve describes 'Murray River groups associated with Taplin' and the event taking place around full moon on a Monday evening.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151250
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45618
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151250
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | A Short History of South Australia , http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-52797699, 1864-01-01, "Noah Shreeve, A Short History of South Australia , Printed for the Author, London, National Library of Australia, 1864"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Robe

Placename
Robe
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.2153899
Longitude
139.8212219

Description

The blacks belonging principally to the Coorong Tribe held several corroborees at night for the amusement of the white people.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113570
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45619
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113570
Source
Guichen Bay, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39124369, 1864-06-27, "Guichen Bay, The South Australian Register, 27 June 1864, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground & Campsite (Raywood)

Placename
Corroboree Ground & Campsite (Raywood)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.56752
Longitude
144.192821

Description

Diggers visited their camp at midnight to witness the corroboree. Payment of a few shillings to buy fire water.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:116702
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45620
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/116702
Source
The Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63171368, 1864-09-24, "The Aborigines, Bendigo Advertiser. , 24 September 1864, 6" | The Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155014790, 1864-08-31, "The Aborigines, The Age, 31 August 1864, 7" | The Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197547340, 1864-08-31, "The Aborigines, Mount Alexander Mail, 31 August 1864, 3" | The Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197293403, 1864-09-03, "The Aborigines, Leader, 3 September 1864, 16"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Aboriginal Campsite (River near Echuca)

Placename
Aboriginal Campsite (River near Echuca)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.133333
Longitude
144.75

Description

Ganawarra Tribe from Loddon River held a corroboree much to the amusement of the visitors from Melbourne.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113572
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45621
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113572
Source
"Tuesday, January 3, 1865", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5737139, 1865-01-03, "Tuesday, January 3, 1865, The Argus, 3 January 1865, 4, 5" | Victoria, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article30935439, 1865-01-07, "Victoria, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 January 1865, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Copenhagen Grounds

Placename
Copenhagen Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.565029
Longitude
143.83901

Description

The aboriginal corroboree and display of fireworks at the Copenhagen grounds on Monday evening drew together a large number of persons, and the novel entertainment proved a decided success. Aboriginal habits in their most primitive style were displayed by about thirty-five natives, from various tribes around Ballarat, including about a dozen lubras, who were nearly naked and daubed over with paints. Between five and six hundred assembled to witness it. Professor Prescott, the lessee of the grounds, purposes on a future evening to allow the natives the use of the grounds for another corroboree

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:133296
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45622
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/133296
Source
Copenhagen Grounds, http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/112884867, 1865-02-20, "Copenhagen Grounds, The Star, 20 February 1865, 3" | Aboriginal Corroboree, 1865-02-21, "Aboriginal Corroboree, The Star, 21 February 1865, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - McGrath's Flat

Placename
McGrath's Flat
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.869808
Longitude
139.398605

Description

Event allegedly to precede fight

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151252
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45623
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151252
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Rockhampton

Placename
Rockhampton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.379
Longitude
150.512

Description

Usual distribution of blankets to the Aboriginals on the Queen's birthday. They disappeared in a cloud of dust down East street and held a grand corroboree in the evening in honor of their great mother across the "big water". The muster included 210 men, women and children; the women numbering eighty, men ninety two.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117913
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45624
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117913
Source
Blankets For The Aboriginals, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13113933, 1865-06-05, "Blankets For The Aboriginals, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 June 1865, 8" | Blankets For The Aboriginals, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155029525, 1865-06-10, "Blankets For The Aboriginals, The Age, 10 June 1865, 6" | Fifty Years Ago, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53301603, 1913-06-07, "Fifty Years Ago, The Morning Bulletin, 7 June 1913, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Bell River

Placename
Bell River
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.234125
Longitude
149.05274

Description

Approximately 200 blacks came together for the purpose of receiving her Majesty's annual gift of blankets. They held a corroboree on the right bank of the Bell River about half a mile from the court-house.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117179
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45625
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117179
Source
The Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article64139801, 1865-06-17, "The Aborigines, The Empire, 17 June 1865, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Surat

Placename
Surat
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.1539
Longitude
149.0652

Description

Eaglehawk or Old Billy a native of the Maranoa district succeeded in inducing five tribes to combine in opposing the progress of the whites in the occupation of his district. A grand corroboree was held near Surat with over 500 natives in the assemblage.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117181
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45626
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117181
Source
Australian Discovery And Colonisation, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article64142077, 1865-08-04, "Australian Discovery And Colonisation, The Empire, 4 August 1865, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Geraldton

Placename
Geraldton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.773068
Longitude
114.611265

Description

We saw the greatest number on Sunday, and their notions of Sabbath observance seemed rather Parisian than English. All seemed to be in a happy mood, laughing, singing, and even dancing. One sat on the summit of one of the highest hills chanting his corroboree, and beating time with sticks. At a distance were two going through some peculiar terpsichorean performances. Others met us as they were indulging in melodies of a somewhat monotonous character. Of one vocalist we begged a translation of the ditty he had been warbling; but after hesitating some time, he expressed it in his opinion that it was impossible for the aborigines and Europeans to make themselves mutually intelligible in poetry.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117914
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45627
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117914
Source
Voyage Of The Folorn Hope, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31853923, 1865-09-27, "Voyage Of The Folorn Hope, South Australian Advertiser, 27 September 1865, 3, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mr Goode's Store

Placename
Mr Goode's Store
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.50245
Longitude
138.782798

Description

Mr Watsford assisted by Mr T. Goode gave a tea to the aboriginals in Mr Goode's store in Goolwa. In the evening in consideration of the treat they were bestowed they got up a corroboree but it was a feeble affair.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117185
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45628
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117185
Source
General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article207604471, 1865-10-09, "General News, Adelaide Express, 9 October 1865, 3" | Topics Of The Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31854318, 1865-10-09, "Topics Of The Day, South Australian Advertiser, 9 October 1865, 3" | A correspondent, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article94737220, 1865-10-14, "A correspondent, South Australian Weekly Chronicle, 14 October 1865, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mount Burr

Placename
Mount Burr
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.559459
Longitude
140.499526

Description

After the Mt Burr races had ended considerable amusement was caused by the aboriginals who showed their endurance by jumping in sacks, wheeling barrows blindfolded, foot races and finishing with a grand corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113577
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45629
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113577
Source
Mount Burr Races, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article77133409, 1866-01-06, "Mount Burr Races, Border Watch, 6 January 1866, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - The junction of Gilmore and Tumut

Placename
The junction of Gilmore and Tumut
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.286659
Longitude
148.21557

Description

Muttama, Gundagai, Burrowa,Tumut and Wagga Wagga Tribes.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113575
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45630
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113575
Source
Aboriginal Gathering, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63242731, 1866-01-26, "Aboriginal Gathering, The Empire, 26 January 1866, 5" | "Friday, January 26, 1866", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13125385, 1866-01-26, "Friday, January 26, 1866, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 January 1866, 4" | Aboriginal Gathering, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article166661969, 1866-01-27, "Aboriginal Gathering, The Sydney Mail, 27 January 1866, 4" | Aboriginal Gathering, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article135811830, 1866-01-30, "Aboriginal Gathering, Illawarra Mercury, 30 January 1866, 4" | Intercolonial News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article147561668, 1866-01-31, "Intercolonial News, Geelong Advertiser, 31 January 1866, 2" | Aborigines, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article144776853, 1866-01-18, "Aborigines, Tumut and Adelong Times, 18 January 1866, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Burra

Placename
Burra
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.682893
Longitude
138.937875

Description

Several natives accompanied by their gins, to the number of about 60, and principally from Bungaree, Crystal Brook, Canowie and Mount Bryant assembled together about two miles north of Burra and held a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117822
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45631
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117822
Source
Kooringa and Redruth, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28784614, 1866-02-03, "Kooringa and Redruth, South Australian Advertiser, 3 February 1866, 3" | Kooringa and Redruth, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article94745136, 1866-02-03, "Kooringa and Redruth, South Australian Weekly Chronicle, 3 February 1866, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Forbes

Placename
Forbes
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.38373332
Longitude
148.012559

Description

About 150 of the Lachlan blacks have been camped near the new bridge for several days past principally from Condoblin, Cowra, Eugowra and the neighbourhood of Forbes. A grand corroboree takes place every night and there are generally two or three hundred amused spectators of their mummeries at night.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions ''.
event_number
ausstage:Events:118086
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45632
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118086
Source
Camp Meeting Of Blacks, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13126960, 1866-02-23, "Camp Meeting Of Blacks, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 February 1866, 5" | Forbes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article105997730, 1866-02-17, "Forbes, Wagga Wagga Express and Murrumbidgee District Advertiser, 17 February 1866, 2" | Camp Meeting Of Blacks, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article166668402, 1866-02-24, "Camp Meeting Of Blacks, The Sydney Mail, 24 February 1866, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mechanics Institute

Placename
Mechanics Institute
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.674554
Longitude
144.440948

Description

The remains of the Buninyong tribe held a corroboree in a paddock next to the Mechanics' Institute to great delight of a crowd of admiring juveniles.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117204
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45633
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117204
Source
"Tuesday, March 13, 1866", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5779876, 1866-03-13, "Tuesday, March 13, 1866, The Argus, 13 March 1866, 4, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Buangor Run

Placename
Buangor Run
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.362806
Longitude
143.171808

Description

Hopkins Tribe, Mt Sturgeon Tribe, and Mt Cole Tribe.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113574
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45634
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113574
Source
"Tuesday, July 3, 1866", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1270332, 1866-07-03, "Tuesday, July 3, 1866, The Brisbane Courier, 3 July 1866, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Roma

Placename
Roma
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.573669
Longitude
148.797429

Description

A large number of natives have come far and near to hold a grand corroboree which amusement has been carried out on a large scale.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118087
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45635
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118087
Source
Roma, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1277576, 1866-12-07, "Roma, The Brisbane Courier, 7 December 1866, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Deniliquin

Placename
Deniliquin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.52314
Longitude
144.982386

Description

A late visit of the Premier and other high officials from Sydney witnessed several corroborees specially dedicated to "The Gubberment".

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117228
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45636
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117228
Source
Town Talk And Table Chat, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72185467, 1867-03-09, "Town Talk And Table Chat, The Cornwall Chronicle, 9 March 1867, 4" | A Black Draft On The Government, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13137898, 1867-02-28, "A Black Draft On The Government, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 February 1867, 4" | Items Of News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197543408, 1867-02-26, "Items Of News, Mount Alexander Mail, 26 February 1867, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mount Gambier

Placename
Mount Gambier
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.829388
Longitude
140.780222

Description

The blacks of Mount Gambier tried to make money by getting up grand corroborees for the amusement of the residents.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117224
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45637
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117224
Source
"Thursday, March 7, 1867", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5787873, 1867-03-07, "Thursday, March 7, 1867, The Argus, 7 March 1867, 4, 5" | Summary For Europe: Introduction, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5789480, 1867-03-27, "Summary For Europe: Introduction, The Argus, 27 March 1867, 1, 2, 3, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Callandoon Station

Placename
Callandoon Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.533421
Longitude
150.144332

Description

About 200 blacks performed a corroboree. The whole of the white inhabitants from Goondiwindi turned out one evening to see the spectacle which was worth walking a mile to see. They also had corroborees outside the town which one one evening the whole of the white inhabitants turned out to see the spectacle.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117234
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45638
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117234
Source
Goondiwindi, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article75520176, 1867-03-14, "Goondiwindi, Darling Downs Gazette and General Advertiser, 14 March 1867, 3" | Brisbane Hospital, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20312365, 1867-03-16, "Brisbane Hospital, The Queenslander, 16 March 1867, 6" | Telegraphic, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1281507, 1867-03-15, "Telegraphic, The Brisbane Courier, 15 March 1867, 2" | Miscellaneous, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article75667485, 1867-03-19, "Miscellaneous, Warwick Argus, 19 March 1867, 2" | Week ending March 16., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article123609518, 1867-03-19, "Week ending March 16., The Queensland Times, 19 March 1867, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Goolwa

Placename
Goolwa
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.50217
Longitude
138.782934

Description

In the evening the blackfellows got up a special corroboree in honour of the visitors - including the Commissioner of Crown Lands and the Surveyor General. A fine old chap went around with the hat and charged the visitors one shilling each for the performance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117238
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45639
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117238
Source
The Commissioner Of Public Works In The South, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39184198, 1867-03-23, "The Commissioner Of Public Works In The South, The South Australian Register, 23 March 1867, 3" | Point Macleay: To The Editor, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39182381, 1867-04-11, "Point Macleay: To The Editor, The South Australian Register, 11 April 1867, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Western Cricket Ground

Placename
Western Cricket Ground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.565236
Longitude
143.839163

Description

"A real corroboree of aboriginals" took place at the Western Cricket Ground in Ballarat under the direction of Professor Prescott followed by fireworks.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117237
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45640
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117237
Source
"Thursday, April 4, 1867", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5763482, 1867-04-04, "Thursday, April 4, 1867, The Argus, 4 April 1867, 4, 5" | Victoria, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8845145, 1867-04-09, "Victoria, The Mercury, 9 April 1867, 3" | Grand Corroboree and Fireworks, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112873886, 1867-03-30, "Grand Corroboree and Fireworks, The Star, 30 March 1867, 3" | News and Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112873924, 1867-04-01, "News and Notes, The Star, 1 April 1867, 2" | Grand Corroboree and Fireworks, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112873903, 1867-04-01, "Grand Corroboree and Fireworks, The Star, 1 April 1867, 3" | News and Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article112873948, 1867-04-02, "News and Notes, The Star, 2 April 1867, 2" | Current Topics, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article150647433, 1867-04-03, "Current Topics, Geelong Advertiser, 3 April 1867, 2" | Items Of News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article197542168, 1867-04-03, "Items Of News, Mount Alexander Mail, 3 April 1867, 2" | Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155036054, 1867-04-03, "Country News, The Age, 3 April 1867, 7" | Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article196636724, 1867-04-06, "Country News, Leader, 6 April 1867, 12" | Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article198659193, 1867-04-06, "Corroboree, Ovens and Murray Advertiser, 6 April 1867, 4" | Victoria, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article110358162, 1867-04-24, "Victoria, Wallaroo Times and Mining Journal, 24 April 1867, 6" | Summary For Europe: Introduction, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5765376, 1867-04-27, "Summary For Europe: Introduction, The Argus, 27 April 1867, 1" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Norman Park

Placename
Norman Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.092302
Longitude
145.787008

Description

A corroboree was held in the park for the Ambulance Carnival by fourteen aboriginals. Admission by silver coin. It was announced that a large number arriving on Tuesday would join a massed corrobooree in the park on Wednesday night.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120964
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45476
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120964
Source
Ambulance Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40332804, 1919-05-31, "Ambulance Carnival, Cairns Post, 31 May 1919, 4" | Aboriginal Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40318127, 1919-06-03, "Aboriginal Corroboree, Cairns Post, 3 June 1919, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Darwin Oval

Placename
Darwin Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.465441
Longitude
130.8451

Description

A corroboree was given by the local aboriginals for the Darwin Peace Celebration.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120965
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45477
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120965
Source
Darwin Peace Celebration, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3297532, 1919-07-26, "Darwin Peace Celebration, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 26 July 1919, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Anthony Lagoon Station

Placename
Anthony Lagoon Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.96615
Longitude
135.52705

Description

The blacks at Anthony's Lagoon gave a small "big fellow cockatoo corroboree" in honour of the aviators that flew in from Cloncurry.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120966
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45478
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120966
Source
Remarkable Fitting Work, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15876835, 1919-12-15, "Remarkable Fitting Work, Sydney Morning Herald, 15 December 1919, 6" | Flying From Darwin - An Auspicious Start, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5649898, 1919-12-15, "Flying From Darwin - An Auspicious Start, The Advertiser, 15 December 1919, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Darwin

Placename
Darwin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.46284
Longitude
130.841767

Description

The aborigines gave a corroboree in honour of Mr Justice Ewing in the compound near Darwin which was occupied by over 300 blacks.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120967
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45479
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120967
Source
Blacks Hold Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4633102, 1919-12-22, "Blacks Hold Corroboree, The Argus, 22 December 1919, 7" | Summary, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28093570, 1919-12-23, "Summary, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 December 1919, 1" | A Commission Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article34216556, 1919-12-23, "A Commission Corroboree, Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 23 December 1919, 22"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - St John's Church

Placename
St John's Church
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.916969
Longitude
145.771341

Description

A Bazaar at the St. John's Church. 15 boys from Yarrabah Mission station gave a full-dress corroboree. Charge of 1/- for adults, and 6d. for children. The leader was presented a box of chocolates.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121104
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45480
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121104
Source
Church Bazaar, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40362624, 1920-05-11, "Church Bazaar, Cairns Post, 11 May 1920, 4" | St. John's Bazaar, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40356952, 1920-05-15, "St. John's Bazaar, Cairns Post, 15 May 1920, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Derby

Placename
Derby
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.316
Longitude
123.65

Description

In the evening the Governor and members of his party witnessed the novel spectacle of a native corroboree which was held on the outskirts of the town. About 60 natives took part.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121105
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45481
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121105
Source
North-West Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27683037, 1920-05-21, "North-West Tour, The West Australian, 21 May 1920, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Taroom

Placename
Taroom
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-25.640473
Longitude
149.798671

Description

Distribution of blankets made to the "noble savages" followed by corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118111
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45641
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118111
Source
Taroom, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1284634, 1867-05-29, "Taroom, The Brisbane Courier, 29 May 1867, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Cook

Placename
Cook
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.613056
Longitude
130.413056

Description

The Prince of Wales and his party walked two miles over the desert to an aboriginal camp of about 50 blacks who performed a ceremonial dance including women.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121369
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45482
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121369
Source
Prince Of Wales' Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article34197971, 1920-07-13, "Prince Of Wales' Tour, Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 13 July 1920, 20"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Alice Springs

Placename
Alice Springs
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.700358
Longitude
133.880889

Description

The aboriginal population of 200 held a corroboree in honour of the party in the evening.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121371
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45483
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121371
Source
A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20502182, 1921-07-05, "A Corroboree, The Brisbane Courier, 5 July 1921, 7" | A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15932813, 1921-08-20, "A Corroboree, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 August 1921" | Federal Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22614643, 1921-09-10, "Federal Tour, The Queenslander, 10 September 1921, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Yarrabah Mission Station

Placename
Yarrabah Mission Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.91
Longitude
145.85

Description

Joseph Scott recounts the sight of a corroboree which was held in honour of the return of Mr. and Mrs. Lyon. King Albert made the presentation along with George.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121373
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45484
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121373
Source
Yarrabah Station, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40184189, 1922-10-06, "Yarrabah Station, Cairns Post, 6 October 1922, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cairns

Placename
Cairns
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.920426
Longitude
145.770835

Description

The blacks asesmbled in town and held a corroboree and had a very interested audience. At the interval a silver coin collection was taken up and a portion was given to the Ambulance and the remainder divided amongst the concert party.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121383
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45485
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121383
Source
Mount Garnet Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40186286, 1923-03-24, "Mount Garnet Carnival, Cairns Post, 24 March 1923, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Alice Springs

Placename
Alice Springs
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.700358
Longitude
133.880889

Description

General Sir Tom Bridges, the Governor, Sir Henry Barwell, the Premier and party returned to Alice Springs and attended a big corroboree of the Arunla tribes in the evening.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121384
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45486
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121384
Source
The Vice-Regal Party, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article45610937, 1923-06-26, "The Vice-Regal Party, Barrier Miner, 26 June 1923, 1" | In The Far North, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37187302, 1923-06-28, "In The Far North, The Advertiser, 28 June 1923, 13" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | The Governor and Premier Attend a Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article89246853, 1923-06-30, "The Governor and Premier Attend a Corroboree, Chronicle (Adelaide, SA : 1895 - 1954), National Library of Australia, 30 June 1923, 44"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Town Hall

Placename
Town Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.068691
Longitude
145.681489

Description

A big corroboree was given in the town hall and the blacks had a great reception.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121385
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45487
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121385
Source
An Aboriginal Exodus, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article48011337, 1923-08-07, "An Aboriginal Exodus, Northern Standard, 7 August 1923, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Palm Island

Placename
Palm Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.734368
Longitude
146.577043

Description

Four whites landed on Palm Island and were greeted by a native population of 750 who gave them a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121386
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45488
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121386
Source
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Wondai Memorial Hall

Placename
Wondai Memorial Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.318635
Longitude
151.873335

Description

A carnival was held on the School of Arts grounds. At night a number of aboriginals from Barambah Settlement gave a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121387
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45489
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121387
Source
Wondai, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20632236, 1923-10-08, "Wondai, 8 October 1923, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Normanton

Placename
Normanton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.688158
Longitude
141.066528

Description

A corroboree was held by the blacks in honour of the visitors to Normanton. Nearly the whole of the white population was present.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121388
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45490
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121388
Source
Good Cattle Country, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20642392, 1923-10-09, "Good Cattle Country, The Brisbane Courier, 9 October 1923, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Townsville Hospital

Placename
Townsville Hospital
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.252241
Longitude
146.816081

Description

A novel feature of the attractions on Hospital Friday was a party of aborigines who gave a corroboree on the Strand.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121389
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45491
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121389
Source
Townsville, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20661120, 1923-11-05, "Townsville, The Brisbane Courier, 5 November 1923, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - The Domain

Placename
The Domain
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.479082
Longitude
153.028287

Description

A party of 50 full-blooded aborigines from Barambah Mission Station participated in a big corroboree during the landing ceremonials for the Centenary Celebrations in the Brisbane Domain.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121390
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45492
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121390
Source
Centenary Celebrations, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20667453, 1923-11-13, "Centenary Celebrations, The Brisbane Courier, 13 November 1923, 10" | Street Procession And Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20663848, 1923-11-16, "Street Procession And Carnival, The Brisbane Courier, 16 November 1923, 9" | Native Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20688646, 1923-11-19, "Native Corroboree, The Brisbane Courier, 19 November 1923, 12"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cummeragunja Mission Station

Placename
Cummeragunja Mission Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.0279
Longitude
144.9574

Description

On Wednesday afternoon residents of Cummeragunja mission station represented a corroboree which was appreciated by many who had previously never seen one.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121392
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45493
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121392
Source
Echuca, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2000101, 1923-11-22, "Echuca, The Argus, 22 November 1923, 17"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Somerville

Placename
Somerville
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.766136
Longitude
121.451481

Description

The aborigines held two corroborees at Somerville over two nights and advertised visitors were welcome to attend.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121393
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45494
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121393
Source
Items Of News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article34283407, 1924-01-15, "Items Of News, Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 15 January 1924, 7, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Barambah Aboriginal Settlement

Placename
Barambah Aboriginal Settlement
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.283333
Longitude
151.95

Description

The natives of Barambah Aborignal Settlement held a corroboree in honour of the departing superintendent and matron.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121396
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45495
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121396
Source
Personal, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20675799, 1924-04-02, "Personal, The Brisbane Courier, 2 April 1924, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Auburn Station

Placename
Auburn Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.712681
Longitude
150.616864

Description

A day after the Auburn races, race goers were entertained at the station by a black fellows' corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121395
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45496
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121395
Source
Chinchilla, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20682596, 1924-03-31, "Chinchilla, The Brisbane Courier, 31 March 1924, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - The Domain

Placename
The Domain
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.479082
Longitude
153.028287

Description

The British Fleet were entertained by a blackfellows' corroboree performed by fifty blacks from Barambah and eight from Taroom. Several thousand people showed up.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121399
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45497
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121399
Source
Visit Of The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20690892, 1924-03-14, "Visit Of The Fleet, The Brisbane Courier, 14 March 1924, 5" | Entertaining The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20699935, 1924-03-25, "Entertaining The Fleet, The Brisbane Courier, 25 March 1924, 7" | Entertaining The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20698053, 1924-04-01, "Entertaining The Fleet, The Brisbane Courier, 1 April 1924, 17" | Domain Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article25536300, 1924-04-19, "Domain Corroboree, The Queenslander, 19 April 1924, 18" | Nearly A Fiasco, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20687926, 1924-04-16, "Nearly A Fiasco, The Brisbane Courier, 16 April 1924, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mission Bay

Placename
Mission Bay
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-11.148333
Longitude
132.577222

Description

At Mission Bay the blacks performed a special corroboree for the two aviators that landed who were pioneering a seaplane route from Melbourne to Thursday Island.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121397
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45498
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121397
Source
The Great Flight, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16134240, 1924-05-21, "The Great Flight, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 May 1924, 12" | Narrow Escapes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20759274, 1924-05-21, "Narrow Escapes, The Brisbane Courier, 21 May 1924, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Darwin

Placename
Darwin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.46284
Longitude
130.841767

Description

George Campbell Dixon gives a detailed account of a corroboree he witnessed near Darwin performed by 70-80 natives. He gave King Billy a shilling.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121398
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45499
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121398
Source
When The Town Wakes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23752814, 1924-07-28, "When The Town Wakes, The Mercury, 28 July 1924, 7" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Darwin Colours, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36565164, 1924-07-28, "Darwin Colours, The Advertiser, National Library of Australia, 28 July 1924, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Alice Springs

Placename
Alice Springs
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.700358
Longitude
133.880889

Description

A large camp of local blacks performed a corroboree for the arrival of Lord Stradbroke. Between 50 to 80 natives took part. It was a spectacular affair in which a real fight took place between two natives.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121402
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45500
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121402
Source
At Alice Springs, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23754784, 1924-08-05, "At Alice Springs, The Mercury, 5 August 1924, 7" | Grand Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4195247, 1924-08-09, "Grand Corroboree, The Argus, 9 August 1924, 29" | A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16178376, 1924-08-09, "A Corroboree, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 August 1924, 15" | Across Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16167969, 1924-08-21, "Across Australia, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 August 1924, 9" | Governor's Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4168382, 1924-08-21, "Governor's Tour, The Argus, 21 August 1924, 11" | Back From The Interior, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63798244, 1924-09-20, "Back From The Interior, The Mail, 20 September 1924, 1" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Opposite Rosenthal Creek

Placename
Opposite Rosenthal Creek
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.229977
Longitude
152.037771

Description

Blacks from the McIntyre river and station blacks performed a corroboree. The tribe numbered about 40.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117236
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45642
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117236
Source
A Corroboree In Queensland, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63513649, 1867-09-16, "A Corroboree In Queensland, Illustrated Sydney News, 16 September 1867, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Maytown

Placename
Maytown
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.051527
Longitude
144.289318

Description

Mr & Mrs Sewell were at Maytown where Mr Guilfoyle arranged a corroboree for their pleasure. They danced the Stingeree, Kangaroo, Boiler, Bullock and Possum corroboree and many others. The southern visitors took photographs.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121638
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45501
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121638
Source
Rossville Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40476401, 1924-09-03, "Rossville Notes, Cairns Post, 3 September 1924, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Brisbane Exhibition Grounds

Placename
Brisbane Exhibition Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.45
Longitude
153.032778

Description

A native corroboree was performed for the Centenary celebrations programme. 15,000 people in the grand stands and around the ring witnessed the performance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121400
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45502
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121400
Source
Centenary Celebrations, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article25539249, 1924-07-12, "Centenary Celebrations, The Queenslander, 12 July 1924, 9" | The Centenary, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20749465, 1924-07-28, "The Centenary, The Brisbane Courier, 28 July 1924, 11" | The Centenary, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20758058, 1924-07-30, "The Centenary, The Brisbane Courier, 30 July 1924, 19" | "Budgerees ""Wake"". Corroboree Staged.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20741921, 1924-08-14, "Budgerees ""Wake"". Corroboree Staged., The Brisbane Courier, 14 August 1924, 16" | Centenary Celebrations, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39332896, 1924-08-15, "Centenary Celebrations, The Longreach Leader, 15 August 1924, 19"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - New Farm Park

Placename
New Farm Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.46921
Longitude
153.05161

Description

Two or three thousand school children invaded New Farm Park as guests of the city council. An aboriginal corroboree captured their childish fancy. No preparations were made to deal with the huge crowds of people and the corroboree eventually had to be abandoned.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121637
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45503
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121637
Source
A Day Out, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20734987, 1924-08-15, "A Day Out, The Brisbane Courier, 15 August 1924, 19" | New Farm Park Celebration, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20734717, 1924-08-15, "New Farm Park Celebration, The Brisbane Courier, 15 August 1924, 19"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Barambah Aboriginal Settlement

Placename
Barambah Aboriginal Settlement
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.283333
Longitude
151.95

Description

A luncheon was given in honour of the distinguished visitors at the settlement after which an exhibition of spear and boomerang throwing and a corroboree was witnessed.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121881
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45504
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121881
Source
Progress At Barambah, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22871980, 1924-11-25, "Progress At Barambah, The Brisbane Courier, 25 November 1924, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Yarrabah Mission Station

Placename
Yarrabah Mission Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.91
Longitude
145.85

Description

Visitors to Yarrabah witnessed a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121882
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45505
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121882
Source
Excursion To Yarrabah, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40478731, 1924-12-12, "Excursion To Yarrabah, Cairns Post, 12 December 1924, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Darwin Oval

Placename
Darwin Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.465441
Longitude
130.8451

Description

A corroboree was held on the Darwin Oval as part of the entertainments for the sailors on the warships during their visit to Darwin.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121883
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45506
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121883
Source
The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3379073, 1925-03-17, "The Fleet, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 17 March 1925, 3" | The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3379149, 1925-03-24, "The Fleet, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 24 March 1925, 2" | The Fleet, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article48017783, 1925-04-03, "The Fleet, Northern Standard, 3 April 1925, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Alice Springs

Placename
Alice Springs
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.700358
Longitude
133.880889

Description

A corroboree was arranged in the honour of the Parliamentary party.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121884
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45507
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121884
Source
Impressions Of A Legislator, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54930287, 1925-06-01, "Impressions Of A Legislator, The Register, 1 June 1925, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Palm Island

Placename
Palm Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.734368
Longitude
146.577043

Description

A grand corroboree was given in honour of the visitors.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121885
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45508
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121885
Source
Varsity Biologists Return, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54306166, 1925-06-05, "Varsity Biologists Return, The Morning Bulletin, 5 June 1925, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Billiluna Station

Placename
Billiluna Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.556
Longitude
127.661

Description

A corroboree took place for the Terry Expedition. To recompense them for the display the 14 performers were told to come to the cars where each received some token. A selection of tobacco, beads, cloth, mouth organs and other articles of "trade" soon brought smiles.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121888
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45509
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121888
Source
Human Blood For Gum, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article29126218, 1926-01-12, "Human Blood For Gum, The Mercury, 12 January 1926, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Barambah Aboriginal Settlement

Placename
Barambah Aboriginal Settlement
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.283333
Longitude
151.95

Description

At night a corroboree was staged for the Parliamentary Party that visited the camp. The white visitors were enchanted.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121886
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45510
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121886
Source
Barambah, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20965932, 1925-10-05, "Barambah, The Brisbane Courier, 5 October 1925, 19"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Yarrabah Mission Station

Placename
Yarrabah Mission Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.91
Longitude
145.85

Description

To entertain their visitors on St Andrews Day a spectacular corroboree was performed by the boys of the village, also examples of boomerang throwing and a really graceful eurythmical display by the girls. A football match also took place.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121887
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45511
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121887
Source
Yarrabah, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40517985, 1925-12-10, "Yarrabah, Cairns Post, 10 December 1925, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Aboriginal Campsite

Placename
Aboriginal Campsite
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-21.447768
Longitude
149.712672

Description

In the evening the boys held a corroboree in honour of the crew of the Sampan.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121889
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45512
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121889
Source
Two Seamen's Journey, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article20998340, 1926-04-14, "Two Seamen's Journey, The Brisbane Courier, 14 April 1926, 9"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Murgon Showground

Placename
Murgon Showground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.247816
Longitude
151.940775

Description

The natives from Barambah Aboriginal Settlement held a corroboree at the Murgon Show, which proved very interesting to the visitors.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121890
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45513
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121890
Source
Murgon Show, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22754617, 1926-05-22, "Murgon Show, The Queenslander, 22 May 1926, 39"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Warrnambool

Placename
Warrnambool
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.382771
Longitude
142.48448

Description

The blacks favoured Mr Lawrence with a corroboree

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118112
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45643
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118112
Source
The Black Cricketers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8848461, 1867-10-16, "The Black Cricketers, The Mercury, 16 October 1867, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Palm Island

Placename
Palm Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.734368
Longitude
146.577043

Description

On the last day of the stay on the islands the aborigines played a football match and gave a corroboree to the party of 50 men and women from the Department of Biology from the University.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121891
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45514
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121891
Source
Palm Island, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40539190, 1926-06-22, "Palm Island, Cairns Post, 22 June 1926, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Blacks' Camp

Placename
Blacks' Camp
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.306697
Longitude
117.337408

Description

A crowd of six hundred whites attended the blacks camp which contained about sixteen aborigines to see Beaufort Dinah proclaimed king and witness a corroboree in which seven blacks performed on a lorry.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121892
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45515
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121892
Source
"""King Of The Aborigines""", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31935119, 1926-07-08, """King Of The Aborigines"", The West Australian, 8 July 1926, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Banka Banka Settlement

Placename
Banka Banka Settlement
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-18.792242
Longitude
134.03069

Description

For the tourists' benefit some aborigines gave a very interesting exhibition of a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121895
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45516
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121895
Source
Adelaide To Darwin and Back, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39341782, 1926-09-17, "Adelaide To Darwin and Back, The Longreach Leader, 17 September 1926, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Turee Station

Placename
Turee Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.9540245
Longitude
146.0925565

Description

The blacks on the station arranged a corroboree for the entertainment of the visitors, while the males of the tribe presented them with many souvenirs such as boomerangs.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Assumed to be near Turee Station.
event_number
ausstage:Events:121896
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45517
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121896
Source
To West Australia By Car, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21085244, 1926-11-17, "To West Australia By Car, The Brisbane Courier, 17 November 1926, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Cairns

Placename
Cairns
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.920426
Longitude
145.770835

Description

The final rehearsal of the Jubilee corroboree was held at the rear of the Cairns Electric Power House. Hundreds of onlookers were interested.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121893
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45518
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121893
Source
Cairns Jubilee, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40557794, 1926-09-01, "Cairns Jubilee, Cairns Post, 1 September 1926, 4" | Cairns Jubilee, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40559553, 1926-10-27, "Cairns Jubilee, Cairns Post, 27 October 1926, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Norman Park

Placename
Norman Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-17.092302
Longitude
145.787008

Description

The carnival at Norman Park was thronged with a crowd even greater than the night before. The aboriginees' corroboree was an added attraction.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121894
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45519
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121894
Source
The Jubilee, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40548640, 1926-10-28, "The Jubilee, Cairns Post, 28 October 1926, 5" | Evening Session, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40552425, 1926-11-04, "Evening Session, Cairns Post, 4 November 1926, 5" | The Jubilee, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40547503, 1926-11-11, "The Jubilee, Cairns Post, 11 November 1926, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Rotary Peace Park

Placename
Rotary Peace Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.757726
Longitude
121.455438

Description

During the week the public of Kalgoorlie have been treated to nightly corroborees near the State railway at Somerville. The Broad Arrow blacks and their compeers from Mt Margaret have been the mainstay of these gatherings. They were also joined by the Coolgardie tribe. A large number of people go every evening to see the corroborees.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121898
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45520
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121898
Source
Items Of News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article34406638, 1926-12-28, "Items Of News, Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 28 December 1926, 35"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Ooldea

Placename
Ooldea
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.459092
Longitude
131.833305

Description

A large band of aborigines danced a corroboree in honor of His Royal Highness.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122985
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45521
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122985
Source
Tent or Palace, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article58545887, 1927-03-05, "Tent or Palace, The Mail, 5 March 1927, 1"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Beaudesert Racecourse

Placename
Beaudesert Racecourse
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.992981
Longitude
152.972094

Description

As part of The Royal Tour an interesting display of bushmanship was presented including Buckjumping, a corroboree and an exhiibition of spear and boomerang throwing by 50 aboriginals from Barambah Mission Station. 12,000 citizens witnessed the event.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122986
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45522
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122986
Source
The Royal Tour., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32023557, 1927-04-11, "The Royal Tour., The West Australian, 11 April 1927, 8" | Bushmen's Greeting, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21108568, 1927-04-11, "Bushmen's Greeting, The Brisbane Courier, 11 April 1927, 15" | Royal Visit, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3848560, 1927-04-11, "Royal Visit, The Argus, 11 April 1927, 9" | The Royal Tour., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article29669478, 1927-04-11, "The Royal Tour., The Mercury, 11 April 1927, 7" | An Outback Entertainment, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16376055, 1927-04-11, "An Outback Entertainment, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 April 1927, 13" | Summary, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16375759, 1927-04-11, "Summary, Sydney Morning Herald, 11 April 1927, 1"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - The Bungalow

Placename
The Bungalow
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-25.535662
Longitude
152.699565

Description

Mrs Porteus Semple, matron at Barambah Aboriginal Settlement, brought a party of entertainers from the settlement to Maryborough and staged a variety concert in the Bungalow. There were many native dances and corroborees.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122990
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45523
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122990
Source
Aboriginal Entertainment, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21822050, 1927-05-07, "Aboriginal Entertainment, The Brisbane Courier, 7 May 1927, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Wellington Lodge

Placename
Wellington Lodge
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.4054718
Longitude
139.3538971

Description

The Duke and Duchess of York stayed at Wellington Lodge Homestead. A kangaroo hunt and corroboree took place.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122989
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45524
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122989
Source
To-Day's Programme, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43573102, 1927-05-05, "To-Day's Programme, The Advertiser, 5 May 1927, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Wyndham

Placename
Wyndham
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-15.481944
Longitude
128.112605

Description

In the evening the Governor was present at a native corroboree. He delighted them with gifts of tobacco and other presents.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122991
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45525
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122991
Source
Governor In North, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32037103, 1927-07-02, "Governor In North, The West Australian, 2 July 1927, 13"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Tea-tree Station

Placename
Tea-tree Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-22.127359
Longitude
133.422629

Description

One of the biggest corroborees held for years was given in honour of the visitors at Tea-tree Station. About 200 bush and semi-civilized natives had gathered together, and they were rewarded for their performance by gifts of a bullock and tobacco.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:122992
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45526
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/122992
Source
The Reso Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article55039301, 1927-08-18, "The Reso Tour, The Register, 18 August 1927, 13"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Stroud

Placename
Stroud
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.403013
Longitude
151.966817

Description

Corroboree performed including Old King Jemmie and Charlie (who played cricket in England).

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106662
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45668
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106662
Source
A Corroboree At Stroud, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27262863, 1870-10-01, "A Corroboree At Stroud, The Queenslander, 1 October 1870, 6" | A Corroboree At Stroud, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article70460246, 1870-06-18, "A Corroboree At Stroud, Australian Town and Country Journal, 18 June 1870, 17"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Monger's Lake

Placename
Monger's Lake
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.916905
Longitude
117.322316

Description

Described as a welcome by Yegan and about 10 other member of his tribe. Something like a trial of skill in throwing the spear took place between Galleypert and Yegan. No women were visible.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113410
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45533
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113410
Source
The King Georges Sound Natives, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article642250, 1833-01-26, "The King Georges Sound Natives, Perth Gazette and West Australian Times, 26 January 1833, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - King George's Sound

Placename
King George's Sound
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.028598
Longitude
117.884403

Description

The tribe belonging to King George's Sound were persuaded by the offer of some tubs of rice and sugar to hold a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:112258
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45534
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/112258
Source
Anecdotes and Remarks, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article641423, 1834-07-05, "Anecdotes and Remarks, Perth Gazette and West Australian Times, 5 July 1834, 315" | The West Australian Natural History Society, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3040769, 1892-10-06, "The West Australian Natural History Society, The West Australian, 6 October 1892, 2" | An Aboriginal Wallace, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41694552, 1922-07-27, "An Aboriginal Wallace, Western Mail, 27 July 1922, 34"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground

Placename
Corroboree Ground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.377666
Longitude
115.928749

Description

Weeip had kin ties with a group centred on the locality where β€˜Lennard’s Brook’ emerges from the hills, an area rich in yams and supporting intensive Aboriginal usage. By evening a full-scale reception had been arranged. The guests were offered plenty of kangaroo meat, creating formal reciprocal obligations. We found the natives all encamped near us . . . at night they entertained us with a corrobberry, which was got up on our account . . . The several figures did not differ materially from those which were familiar to us, but the words which accompanied each change contained strong allusions to passing events . . . these ceremonials . . . serve the purpose of historic records. The songs were accompanied by dance, and the participants wore elaborate bodydecoration, for example, arm-ornaments of β€œGnow” (mallee-bird) feathers.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:136853
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree|Report

Sources

TLCMap ID
45535
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/136853
Source
Aboriginal History, http://press-files.anu.edu.au/downloads/press/p71511/pdf/book.pdf, "Aboriginal History Incorporated, Aboriginal History, ANU Printery, Canberra, 7, 1983, 137"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Coonarup

Placename
Coonarup
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.379098
Longitude
115.936433

Description

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:112257
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45536
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/112257
Source
Excursion to the Northward, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article640964, 1835-05-02, "G. F. Moore, Excursion to the Northward, Perth Gazette and West Australian Times, 2 May 1835, 486-487"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Hobart Town

Placename
Hobart Town
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-42.8821515
Longitude
147.3302972

Description

Gordon Augustus Thomson witnessed a corroboree whilst staying at the settlement (Hobart Town).

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions 'Hobart Town'.
event_number
ausstage:Events:118316
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45537
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118316
Source
Early Australian Reminiscences, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5881025, 1874-10-20, "Early Australian Reminiscences, The Argus, 20 October 1874, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground (Parliament Hill)

Placename
Corroboree Ground (Parliament Hill)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.811809
Longitude
144.97381

Description

Celebrating King Billy’s Birthday referencing the great corroberree of 1836 in celebration of William IV’s birthday. The Kulin people who came into the new township for the event were presented with government blankets on behalf of an absent ruler who resided half way around the world but also as a false sense of benevolence on the part of the colonisers.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:136007
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45538
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/136007
Source
A Pictorial Historical Narrative of Colonial Australian Society, https://researchbank.rmit.edu.au/eserv/rmit:7888/West.pdf, "Sharon West, A Pictorial Historical Narrative of Colonial Australian Society, RMIT University, August 2008"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Torbay

Placename
Torbay
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.07562
Longitude
117.641736

Description

Had a large corroboree of natives in honor of the Governor.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118463
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45539
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118463
Source
"Diary, Illustrative Of The Early History Of The Colony", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2987090,1882-06-27, "Diary, Illustrative Of The Early History Of The Colony, The West Australian, 27 June 1882, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Aboriginal Campsite & Corroboree Ground

Placename
Aboriginal Campsite & Corroboree Ground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.827753
Longitude
144.982377

Description

Next evening the blacks of the district mustered to give an exhibition of a corroboree, and for the last time the streets of Melbourne were lit up to the leaping flame of their weird fires. Also - On 4 April when Lady Jane Franklin, the wife of the Governor of Van Diemen’s Land, visited Melbourne, she requested to see a corroboree, and Robinson asked the Woiwurrung and Boonwurrung to arrange one (Robinson Jnl 4/4/1839). This was staged at the Aboriginal encampment on the southbank of the Yarra River, one mile from the township.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:135694
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45541
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/135694
Source
Victoria and it's Metropolis: Past and Present Vol 1, http://moreland.hosting.libero.com.au/documents/Victoria-Metropolis-Past-Present-Vol-1.pdf, "Alexander Sutherland, Victoria and it's Metropolis: Past and Present Vol 1, McCarron, Bird & Co Printers & Publishers, Collins Street West, Melbourne, Moreland City Libraries, 1888, 174" | A Bend In The Yarra, https://books.google.com.au/books?id=ER2EAwAAQBAJ, "Ian Clark, Toby Heydon, A Bend In The Yarra, Aboriginal Studies Press, Melbourne, 2004, 19-21" | An Indigenous History of the City of Stonnington, http://www.stonnington.vic.gov.au/files/assets/public/history/indigenous-history-full-report.pdf, 2006-06-30, "Laura Kostanski, Ian Clark, An Indigenous History of the City of Stonnington, School of Business, University of Ballarat, Ballarat, 30 June 2006"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Geelong

Placename
Geelong
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.148539
Longitude
144.361361

Description

An organised event by (Mr Robinson) between the Blacks and settlers where a feast and entertainment took place ended in a Native dance.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:113409
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45542
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/113409
Source
Geelong, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article31722940, 1839-04-20, "Geelong, The Colonist, 20 April 1839, 3" | Port Phillip. Geelong, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32163719, 1839-04-19, "Port Phillip. Geelong, The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser, 19 April 1839, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - River Torrens

Placename
River Torrens
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.917553
Longitude
138.597685

Description

Men, women and children of the Adelaide tribe held a corroboree on the northern side of the Torrens. William Waldo paid a piece of silver to watch.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118301
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45543
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118301
Source
Recollections Of A Septuagenarian, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article40791168, 1878-02-06, "Recollections Of A Septuagenarian, The South Australian Register, 6 February 1878, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Adelaide Parklands

Placename
Adelaide Parklands
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.938697
Longitude
138.602218

Description

An event taking place 'far into the night'. Parsons notes the event was for private purposes.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151167
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Web

Sources

TLCMap ID
45544
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151167
Source
The Natives, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27441744, 1840-08-15, "The Natives, The South Australian Register, National Library of Australia, 15 August 1840, 5" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground (Mount Franklin)

Placename
Corroboree Ground (Mount Franklin)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.2625
Longitude
144.149444

Description

A great corroboree was witnessed on the top of the mount in the presence of 300 blacks and about 50 convicts.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105841
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45545
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105841
Source
The Mount Franklin Goldfield, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88904701, 1887-08-18, "The Mount Franklin Goldfield, Bendigo Advertiser. , 18 August 1887, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground (Borhoneyghurk)

Placename
Corroboree Ground (Borhoneyghurk)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.74902725
Longitude
144.0751343

Description

About 100 natives were assembled. They had about twenty large fires lighted, aroundwhich were seated the women and children. The white people were asked to demonstrate how they "coroberied". Mr Yuille was persuaded to dance for them and read some poetry. After giving them some white money and bidding them good night, they returned to Mr Russell's hut.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:115616
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45546
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/115616
Source
Notes Of A Bush Life - No 1., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27444215, 1843-03-22, "Notes Of A Bush Life - No 1., The South Australian Register, Adelaide, 22 March 1843, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Corroboree Ground (The Flat)

Placename
Corroboree Ground (The Flat)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.788983
Longitude
144.994087

Description

The blacks came to beg for some finery to wear at their corroboree which they hold tonight on the flat (now Collingwood).

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118476
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45547
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118476
Source
The Early Days Of Melbourne, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article6064307, 1885-01-03, "The Early Days Of Melbourne, The Argus, 3 January 1885, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Adelaide Parklands

Placename
Adelaide Parklands
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.938697
Longitude
138.602218

Description

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151168
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Web

Sources

TLCMap ID
45548
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151168
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Local and Provicial News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article158918321, 1844-03-09, "Local and Provicial News, Adelaide Observer, National Library of Australia, 9 March 1844, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mt Barker

Placename
Mt Barker
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.06744
Longitude
138.858708

Description

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151169
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45549
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151169
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Literarium diarium, "William Cawthorne, Literarium diarium, W & F Pascoe, Balgowlah, 1975"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Government House

Placename
Government House
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.920126
Longitude
138.600321

Description

There was a ball and supper at Government House which was concluded by a natives' corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:121086
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45550
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/121086
Source
Local and Provincial Intelligence, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article158918615, 1844-05-25, "Local and Provincial Intelligence, Adelaide Observer, 25 May 1844, 5" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Literarium diarium, "William Cawthorne, Literarium diarium, W & F Pascoe, Balgowlah, 1975"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Adelaide

Placename
Adelaide
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.925458
Longitude
138.599709

Description

Corroboree in the vicinity of Adelaide.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117911
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45551
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117911
Source
The Kure Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27447400, 1844-06-15, "The Kure Corroboree, The South Australian Register, 15 June 1844, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Royal Hotel

Placename
Royal Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.428293
Longitude
152.908504

Description

There was a public dinner at tho Royal Hotel on Monday evening, which was specially fitted up for tho occasion, not having been used for some years. At night another corroboree was danced by the blacks.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106663
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45669
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106663
Source
The Governor's Northern Tour, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28419678, 1870-06-28, "The Governor's Northern Tour, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 June 1870, 2, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Murrumburrah

Placename
Murrumburrah
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.545897
Longitude
148.361214

Description

A large number of Murrumbidgee and Lachlan blacks held a great corroboree on Thursday.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106731
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45670
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106731
Source
Railway Rates For Coal, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article70461247, 1870-08-13, "Railway Rates For Coal, Australian Town and Country Journal, 13 August 1870, 7" | "Telegraphic Messages, Young", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13211357, 1870-08-30, "Telegraphic Messages, Young, Sydney Morning Herald, 30 August 1870, 5" | Young, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18747852, 1870-09-01, "Young, The Maitland Mercury, 1 September 1870, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Mongarlowe

Placename
Mongarlowe
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.42059812
Longitude
149.9360525

Description

At first it seemed the cadence of some wild melody, but gradually rising higher it assumed a wilder character, till it merged into the fullness of a great chorus joined by many voices. It was blacks, and the corroboree they had met to celebrate was taking place by the side of the adjacent creek.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions ''Mongarlowe".
event_number
ausstage:Events:106732
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45671
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106732
Source
Christmas Eve at an Out-Station, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/63617909/5627455, "Christmas Eve at an Out-Station, Illustrated Sydney News, 24 December 1870, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Cunningham, Gippsland Lakes

Placename
Cunningham, Gippsland Lakes
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.87785611
Longitude
147.9872714

Description

A grand corroboree finished the day after a cricket match between the blacks and whites. The whites were defeated.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions ''Lake Town" and "Cunningham".
event_number
ausstage:Events:106735
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45672
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106735
Source
Lake Town, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61347179, 1871-02-21, "Lake Town, 21 February 1871, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Dalby

Placename
Dalby
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.18175057
Longitude
151.2620697

Description

400 warriors, gins and piccaninies from the Bunya Mountains were invited by the Dalby Blacks to come and look at the railway. Corroboree performances were given and the hat was handed round and several sixpences collected.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions ''Dalby".
event_number
ausstage:Events:106736
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45673
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106736
Source
Dalby, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27265747, 1871-04-29, "Dalby, The Queenslander, 29 April 1871, 11"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Salisbury

Placename
Salisbury
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.76267
Longitude
138.645602

Description

A number of natives, who have been to Adelaide and are returning to the Murray, are encamped in the township, and have been visited by nearly every one in the place, the palefaces seeming to be greatly attracted by the corroboree, which their sable brethren hold nightly.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106737
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45674
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106737
Source
Salisbury, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28602008, 1871-06-03, "Salisbury, South Australian Advertiser, 3 June 1871, 3" | "Salisbury, June 2", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92277463, 1871-06-03, "Salisbury, June 2, The South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail., 3 June 1871, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Enoggera Hotel

Placename
Enoggera Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.420084
Longitude
152.991846

Description

300 blacks performed a corroboree between 8 and 9 o'clock.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106740
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45675
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106740
Source
"The Courier, Thursday, September 28, 1871", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1301079, 1871-09-28, "The Courier, Thursday, September 28, 1871, The Brisbane Courier, 28 September 1871, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - East Wellington

Placename
East Wellington
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.324784
Longitude
139.396435

Description

300 Aborigines performed their corroboree before a moderate attendance of whites. A collection took place.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106741
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45676
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106741
Source
"East Wellington, January 12", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92274183, 1872-01-20, "East Wellington, January 12, The South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail., 20 January 1872, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Angas River

Placename
Angas River
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.256869
Longitude
138.890064

Description

30 Blacks from Milang and Meningie on their way to Adelaide held a corroboree on the banks of the Angas, Strathalbyn, SA.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106743
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45677
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106743
Source
Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39259278, 1872-02-02, "Corroboree, The South Australian Register, 2 February 1872, 4, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Adelaide Parklands

Placename
Adelaide Parklands
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.938697
Longitude
138.602218

Description

Repeated in Kapunda after success of charging a fee for corroborees performed in the Adelaide Parklands.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117742
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45678
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117742
Source
Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39266519, 1872-03-26, "Corroboree, The South Australian Register, 26 March 1872, 5" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Advertising, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article208374652, 1872-03-05, "Advertising, The Express and Telegraph, National Library of Australia, 5 March 1872, 2" | Topics of the Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28683619, 1872-03-06, "Topics of the Day, South Australian Advertiser, National Library of Australia, 6 March 1872, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Sir John Franklin Hotel

Placename
Sir John Franklin Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.340995
Longitude
138.915031

Description

On Saturday evening "a number of natives from the Murray were induced to perform at the yards of the Sir John Franklin Hotel". The proceeds to supply the aboriginal players with lines and hooks for fishing.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106745
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45679
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106745
Source
Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article39266519, 1872-03-26, "Corroboree, The South Australian Register, 26 March 1872, 5" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | The Overland Telegraph, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article108269143, 1872-03-26, "The Overland Telegraph, Kapunda Herald and Northern Intelligencer (SA : 1864 - 1878), National Library of Australia, 26 March 1872, 2" | Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28684094, 1872-03-26, "Country News, South Australian Advertiser, National Library of Australia, 26 March 1872, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Meningie

Placename
Meningie
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.686796
Longitude
139.338394

Description

Corroborees were performed over many nights at times new to white men and often very amusing.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:106746
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45680
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/106746
Source
"Meningie, March 30", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article92270223, 1872-04-06, "Meningie, March 30, The South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail., 6 April 1872, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Condamine

Placename
Condamine
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.926503
Longitude
150.132337

Description

A large number of blacks held corroborees within half-a-mile of Condamine. Whites attended the corroborees to witness the fantastic vagaries which are nightly displayed.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118313
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45681
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118313
Source
Condamine, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article27272209, 1872-08-17, "Condamine, The Queenslander, 17 August 1872, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Blacks' Camp

Placename
Blacks' Camp
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-25.517861
Longitude
152.708512

Description

A scientific exploring party belonging to the H.M.S. Challenger camped at Tiaro for a week. They visited the blacks' camp on the river near Saltwater Creek Road in Maryborough and witnessed a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118314
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45682
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118314
Source
Telegraphic, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1383632, 1874-05-25, "Telegraphic, The Brisbane Courier, 25 May 1874, 2, 3" | Scientific Expedition, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13341897, 1874-05-29, "Scientific Expedition, Sydney Morning Herald, 29 May 1874, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - A.S.N. Co's Wharf

Placename
A.S.N. Co's Wharf
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.474491
Longitude
153.024301

Description

A crowd of 30 natives landed on the wharf with five cakes of copper which had accidentally dropped out of the slings into the river last year on the 28th of November while the steamer Boomerang was loading for Sydney. Mr Wood from the agents gave them a sovereign (Β£1) for retrieving the copper and when the last cake was fished out a grand corroboree took place in honour of the event.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117743
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45683
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117743
Source
Spain, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article51785411, 1875-01-08, "Spain, The Morning Bulletin, 8 January 1875, 2" | "Rockhampton, January 12", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18334455, 1875-01-23, "Rockhampton, January 12, The Queenslander, 23 January 1875, 10" | Copper, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18334544, 1875-01-30, "Copper, The Queenslander, 30 January 1875" | Copper, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18334544, 1875-01-30, "Copper, The Queenslander, 30 January 1875, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Port Essington

Placename
Port Essington
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-11.375433
Longitude
132.147412

Description

20 men dancing. The natives were given flour to make damper.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118298
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45684
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118298
Source
Cruise to Port Essington, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3143722, 1875-01-16, "Cruise to Port Essington, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 16 January 1875, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Edithburgh

Placename
Edithburgh
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.084813
Longitude
137.747831

Description

Trade ship "The Glenelg" reached Edithburgh from Port Adelaide. The local blacks performed a corroboree in exchange for the sum of one shilling apiece from the white spectators.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:117661
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45685
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/117661
Source
The Edithburgh Trade, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article93960077, 1875-06-19, "The Edithburgh Trade, The South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail., 19 June 1875, 13" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Kapunda

Placename
Kapunda
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.33881927
Longitude
138.9162117

Description

Parsons describes the event as organized internally.

Extended Data

note
Coordinates added after Austage export. Not exact, source mentions 'Kapunda'.
event_number
ausstage:Events:151282
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45686
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151282
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Annual Report of Botanic Gardens, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43005418, 1876-04-22, "Annual Report of Botanic Gardens, The South Australian Register, National Library of Australia, 22 April 1876, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Darwin

Placename
Darwin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.46284
Longitude
130.841767

Description

Corroboree held on Saturday night. Article contains a description of the event from a white.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105834
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45733
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105834
Source
"The North Australian, Saturday, February 26, 1887", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47996507, 1887-02-26, "The North Australian, Saturday, February 26, 1887, North Australian and Queensland General Advertiser, 26 February 1887, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Aboriginal Campsite

Placename
Aboriginal Campsite
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.868115
Longitude
153.144304

Description

The King of Logan and Pimpama visited to take part in a grand corroboree with representation from the Richmond, Tweed, Ipswich, Brisband and surrounding districts.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118304
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45694
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118304
Source
"Logan and Albert, Tambourine, March 8", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article888508, 1879-03-15, "Logan and Albert, Tambourine, March 8, The Brisbane Courier, 15 March 1879, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Campbell House Park

Placename
Campbell House Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.636355
Longitude
139.217856

Description

Natives assembled in great force to hold a grand corroboree in honour of the Royal Princes visit at Campbell House Park, residence of Thomas Bowman. Coorong, Port Macleay, Goolwa, Wellington and Milang tribes were represented numbering around 250. The most notable chief present was Rodney of the Coorong tribe of nearly 70. They were offered flour, sugar and tea without meat. They were disappointed as the Duke of Edinburgh supplied them with plenty of sheep when he visited.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105761
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45702
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105761
Source
"Milang, June 17", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article91279518, 1881-06-18, "Milang, June 17, South Australian Weekly Chronicle, 18 June 1881, 21" | Adelaide, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article911144, 1881-06-23, "Adelaide, The Brisbane Courier, 23 June 1881, 2, 3" | The Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88634722, 1881-06-20, "The Royal Princes, Bendigo Advertiser. , 20 June 1881, 2" | The Princes Departure, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43155484, 1881-06-20, "The Princes Departure, The South Australian Register, 20 June 1881, 6" | The Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43167724, 1881-06-21, "The Royal Princes, The South Australian Register, 21 June 1881, 5" | Introduction, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43158338, 1881-06-22, "Introduction, The South Australian Register, 22 June 1881, 1" | Summary For Europe, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article30817274, 1881-06-22, "Summary For Europe, South Australian Advertiser, 22 June 1881, 1" | The Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13488931, 1881-06-23, "The Royal Princes, Sydney Morning Herald, 23 June 1881, 5" | Departure of the Royal Princes from Adelaide, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article818161, 1881-06-23, "Departure of the Royal Princes from Adelaide, The Maitland Mercury, 23 June 1881, 6" | "The Royal Princes at Strathalbyn, en route to Melbourne", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article96893851, 1881-06-23, "The Royal Princes at Strathalbyn, en route to Melbourne, The Southern Argus, 23 June 1881, 3" | "Thursday, June 23, 1881", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5966531, 1881-06-23, "Thursday, June 23, 1881, The Argus, 23 June 1881, 4, 5" | Movements of the Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5966504, 1881-06-23, "Movements of the Princes, The Argus, 23 June 1881, 6" | Departure of the Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article30817292, 1881-06-23, "Departure of the Royal Princes, South Australian Advertiser, 23 June 1881, 5" | The Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43155039, 1881-06-23, "The Royal Princes, The South Australian Register, 23 June 1881, 4, 5" | "Goolwa, June 23", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article30817350, 1881-06-24, "Goolwa, June 23, South Australian Advertiser, 24 June 1881, 5" | News Of The Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28381526, 1881-06-25, "News Of The Day, Sydney Morning Herald, 25 June 1881, 5" | Adelaide, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article818262, 1881-06-25, "Adelaide, The Maitland Mercury, 25 June 1881, 3" | The Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article8998342, 1881-06-28, "The Corroboree, The Mercury, 28 June 1881, 3" | The Royal Princes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47095502, 1881-07-06, "The Royal Princes, The South Australian Register, 6 July 1881, 1" | "Wellington, July 2", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article96891577, 1881-07-07, "Wellington, July 2, The Southern Argus, 7 July 1881, 3" | How I Escorted The Duke Of York Through South Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81007953, 1901-01-24, "How I Escorted The Duke Of York Through South Australia, The Daily News, 24 January 1901, 3" | Royalty In South Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article62925374, 1920-07-07, "Royalty In South Australia, The Register, 7 July 1920, 7" | Great Days Of The Past, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54094993, 1927-04-29, "Great Days Of The Past, The Register, 29 April 1927, 7" | Royalty In Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43571720, 1927-04-30, "Royalty In Australia, The Advertiser, 30 April 1927, 27, 28, 29"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Kikivan

Placename
Kikivan
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-26.085808
Longitude
152.23931

Description

As part of Kikivan Jubilee celebrations a corroboree took place of the few remaining natives.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105836
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45734
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105836
Source
Jubilee In The Country, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3473230, 1887-07-01, "Jubilee In The Country, The Brisbane Courier, 1 July 1887, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Opposite Freemason's Arms Hotel

Placename
Opposite Freemason's Arms Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.563627
Longitude
151.175591

Description

Thirty Aboriginals held a corroboree witnessed by about 200 people at a vacant piece of land opposite the Freemason's Arms Hotel.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105835
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45735
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105835
Source
Local And General, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article82613121, 1887-06-23, "Local And General, Singleton Argus, 23 June 1887, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Botanical Gardens

Placename
Botanical Gardens
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.049107
Longitude
143.736713

Description

Jubilee Day celebrated in Maryborough included a corroboree by a large collection of blacks. There was the roasting of a bullock.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105839
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45736
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105839
Source
Jubilee at Maryborough, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article84112334, 1887-07-09, "Jubilee at Maryborough, Queensland Figaro and Punch, 9 July 1887, 17"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Yarrawar

Placename
Yarrawar
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.944233
Longitude
148.78709

Description

At Yarrawar, near Mungindi, a camp of some 300 blacks held a corroboree. They were supplied with rations by the New South Wales Government.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119125
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45737
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119125
Source
Customs Reports, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3475856, 1887-08-08, "Customs Reports, The Brisbane Courier, 8 August 1887, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Royal Victoria Theatre (1838-1880)

Placename
Royal Victoria Theatre (1838-1880)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.872083
Longitude
151.206033

Description

A sketch entitled "The Fancy Ball" given in the Victoria Theatre. The view is taken from the 3rd box. The moment chosen by the artist is about eleven o'clock when a large number of persons engaged in a gallopade (waltz) and a black suddenly rushed into the midst of them and commenced a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:115617
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45552
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/115617
Source
The Fancy Ball, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28651462, 1844-08-29, "The Fancy Ball, Sydney Morning Herald, 29 August 1844, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Adelaide

Placename
Adelaide
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.925458
Longitude
138.599709

Description

Easter Day

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151183
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45553
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151183
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Literarium diarium, "William Cawthorne, Literarium diarium, W & F Pascoe, Balgowlah, 1975"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Glen Innes

Placename
Glen Innes
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.737664
Longitude
151.740251

Description

Twenty blacks and halfcastes presented themselves for the customary Queen's blanket. In the evening they treated the townspeople to a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105859
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45751
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105859
Source
Glen Innes. June 2., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71098580, 1888-06-09, "Glen Innes. June 2., Australian Town and Country Journal, 9 June 1888, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Glebe Paddock

Placename
Glebe Paddock
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.833258
Longitude
138.611852

Description

A few black natives paid Clare a visit and camped in the Glebe Paddock, where they held high carnival in the shape of a corroboree. Wellington Tommy was the officer in charge.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105860
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45752
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105860
Source
Natives., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article97333944, 1888-07-10, "Natives., Northern Argus, 10 July 1888, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Moree

Placename
Moree
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.464784
Longitude
149.841606

Description

On Thursday evening about 20 blacks, male and female, paraded the streets singing native songs, while keeping time with their boomerangs. A grand corroboree took place in an enclosure in the evening with the admission being 1s.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105862
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45753
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105862
Source
Aboriginal Demonstration, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18955874, 1888-11-24, "Aboriginal Demonstration, The Maitland Mercury, 24 November 1888, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Albany

Placename
Albany
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.0236
Longitude
117.8847

Description

A number of Aboriginals performed a corroboree for the Earl of Rosebery who donated a liberal sum of money for the purchase of flour &c.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105786
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45715
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105786
Source
Western Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11843275, 1884-01-30, "Western Australia, The Argus, 30 January 1884, 5" | Western Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13547302, 1884-01-30, "Western Australia, Sydney Morning Herald, 30 January 1884, 10" | News Of The Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13552162, 1884-02-08, "News Of The Day, Sydney Morning Herald, 8 February 1884, 7, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Clermont Island

Placename
Clermont Island
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-10.572362
Longitude
142.230013

Description

A gift of a few figs of tobacco, and a bottle of whisky was promptly followed by a grand corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105871
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45754
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105871
Source
To Japan and Back, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71121761,1889-08-03, "To Japan and Back, Australian Town and Country Journal, 3 August 1889, 30, 31"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Sandhurst

Placename
Sandhurst
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.757016
Longitude
144.279391

Description

At a meeting of the Easter Fair Committee tonight, Mr J Hemming was appointed secretary, on the motion ot Mr D C Sterry, M L C It was decidetl to endeavour to secure the attendance of some Queensland abonginals, and hold a corroboree at the carnival.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105805
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45716
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105805
Source
Sandhurst, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11846600, 1884-02-27, "Sandhurst, The Argus, 27 February 1884, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Springsure

Placename
Springsure
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-24.1147
Longitude
148.0888

Description

Between sixty and seventy Aboriginals mustered at the Court House to receive the usual distribution of blankets. A corroboree was held.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118467
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45717
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118467
Source
Rockhampton, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article52028813, 1884-05-07, "Rockhampton, The Morning Bulletin, 7 May 1884, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Renny Hill

Placename
Renny Hill
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-38.238378
Longitude
143.129012

Description

A native corroboree was held to return to the colony of Mr James Dawson.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105806
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45718
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105806
Source
The Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article23580943, 1884-05-14, "The Corroboree, Camperdown Chronicle, 14 May 1884, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Ravenswood

Placename
Ravenswood
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-20.092
Longitude
146.89

Description

A corroboree was held in the evening in honor of the occasion of the annual distribution of blankets about half a mile from town.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105807
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45719
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105807
Source
Ravenswood, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article77196413, 1884-05-19, "Ravenswood, The Northern Miner, 19 May 1884, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Stokes Hill Embankment

Placename
Stokes Hill Embankment
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.467002
Longitude
130.846291

Description

The passengers of the Tsinan were entertained at an aboriginal corroboree on the Stokes Hill embankment.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105868
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45755
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105868
Source
"Saturday, April 13, 1889.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article49594426, 1889-04-13, "Saturday, April 13, 1889., The North Australian, Saturday, February 26, 1887, 13 April 1889, 2, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Perth

Placename
Perth
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.951
Longitude
115.857

Description

Native Corroboree at Bullen's.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105866
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Advertisement
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45756
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105866
Source
Memoranda. To-night., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article66088448, 1889-04-10, "Memoranda. To-night., Inquirer and Commercial News, 10 April 1889, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Renmark

Placename
Renmark
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.170129
Longitude
140.748989

Description

A grand corroboree took place in Mr Chaffey's yard charging 6d entrance fee. It was well attended.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105867
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45757
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105867
Source
"Renmark, April 11.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article47062694, 1889-04-17, "Renmark, April 11., The South Australian Register, 17 April 1889, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Mt Eliza

Placename
Mt Eliza
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.960556
Longitude
115.841389

Description

His Majesty arranged that the minority should corroboree on Mt. Eliza, not far from the Barracks to entertain the white people. There were not more than thirty or forty persons.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105870
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45758
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105870
Source
Native Corroboree at Perth, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3125191, 1889-04-20, "Native Corroboree at Perth, The West Australian, 20 April 1889, 3" | Native Corroboree at Perth, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32718117, 1889-04-17, "Native Corroboree at Perth, Western Mail, 17 April 1889, 16"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Queen's Park

Placename
Queen's Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-19.251119
Longitude
146.808906

Description

A black fellow's corroboree will take place in the Queen's Park where the school children will also be entertained.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:105869
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Newspaper|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45759
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/105869
Source
"Thursday, April 25, 1889.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article76970312, 1889-04-25, "Thursday, April 25, 1889., The Northern Miner, 25 April 1889, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - The Esplanade

Placename
The Esplanade
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.466459
Longitude
130.840036

Description

A corroboree was given on Saturday night for the edification of the visitors ex Changsha. They were so well paid for the G.R's. corroboree that a second one was the most natural consequence.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:118851
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45772
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/118851
Source
"Siftings, Local and Otherwise", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3319545, 1891-08-07, "Siftings, Local and Otherwise, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 7 August 1891, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Government House Domain

Placename
Government House Domain
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.860006
Longitude
151.215086

Description

A number of Queensland aborigines gave an open air display of native games including a corroboree on a small scale. Lady Duff, the Premiere, Major-General Hutton and several other ladies and gentlemen were present.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119153
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45789
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119153
Source
News Of The Week, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71186201, 1893-07-01, "News Of The Week, Australian Town and Country Journal, 1 July 1893, 15"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Darwin

Placename
Darwin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.46284
Longitude
130.841767

Description

A corroboree was given to the passengers of s.s. Chingtu while that steamer was in harbour.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119154
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45790
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119154
Source
Notes Of The Week, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3324639, 1893-07-21, "Notes Of The Week, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 21 July 1893, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Wallaroo

Placename
Wallaroo
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.93143
Longitude
137.626518

Description

A corroboree took place.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119159
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45791
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119159
Source
Provincial News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53640074, 1894-02-22, "Provincial News, The South Australian Register, 22 February 1894, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Tenterfield Showgrounds

Placename
Tenterfield Showgrounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.056411
Longitude
152.01616

Description

19th Annual Tenterfield Show featuring blacks corroboree at night.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119304
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45810
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119304
Source
Exhibitions, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3620233, 1896-02-29, "Exhibitions, The Brisbane Courier, 29 February 1896, 2" | Tenterfield Show, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3620280, 1896-02-29, "Tenterfield Show, The Brisbane Courier, 29 February 1896, 4" | Tenterfield Show, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3620542, 1896-03-04, "Tenterfield Show, The Brisbane Courier, 4 March 1896, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Wollongong Town Hall

Placename
Wollongong Town Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.425141
Longitude
150.883939

Description

The aboriginals gave a corroboree in the Town Hall at night as part of the celebration of the centenary of the Illawarra district - Bass and Flinders landed in search of water on March 26, 1796. A procession during the day was led by King Micky chief of the Illawarra tribes.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119308
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45811
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119308
Source
South Coast News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72568641, 1896-03-28, "South Coast News, Northern Star, 28 March 1896, 7" | The Procession, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14043231, 1896-03-27, "The Procession, Sydney Morning Herald, 27 March 1896, 5" | Centenary Of Illawarra, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14041563, 1896-03-16, "Centenary Of Illawarra, Sydney Morning Herald, 16 March 1896, 5" | Interesting Particulars, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88436002, 1896-03-31, "Interesting Particulars, Colac Herald, 31 March 1896, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Kiama

Placename
Kiama
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.688825
Longitude
150.845877

Description

Centenary celebration of the landing of Bass and Flinders. King Micky Johnson was there with a number of his people. At night they gathered and held high corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119315
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45812
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119315
Source
The Kiama Centenary, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14044559, 1896-04-06, "The Kiama Centenary, Sydney Morning Herald, 6 April 1896, 5" | Odds and Ends, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72568779, 1896-04-15, "Odds and Ends, Northern Star, 15 April 1896, 2" | South Coast News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72568702, 1896-04-08, "South Coast News, Northern Star, 8 April 1896, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Palace Of Amusements

Placename
Palace Of Amusements
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.874996
Longitude
151.206656

Description

The Latest Sensation. A Grand Corroboree by the Wonda Tribe.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119319
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45813
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119319
Source
Palace Of Amusements, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14049028, 1896-05-12, "Palace Of Amusements, Sydney Morning Herald, 12 May 1896, 2" | To-Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14051346, 1896-05-28, "To-Day, Sydney Morning Herald, 28 May 1896, 4" | To-Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14049204, 1896-05-13, "To-Day, Sydney Morning Herald, 13 May 1896, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Oodnadatta

Placename
Oodnadatta
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.548119
Longitude
135.4475

Description

An evening corroboree arranged for the Governor's party who distributed a number of gifts to the aboriginals. The aboriginals numbering about 30 provided the evening's entertainment.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119321
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45814
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119321
Source
Viceregal Party In The North, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article34551880, 1896-07-03, "Viceregal Party In The North, The Advertiser, 3 July 1896, 6" | The Week, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87186256, 1896-07-11, "The Week, Chronicle, 11 July 1896, 9, 10"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Burnt Bridge

Placename
Burnt Bridge
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.108381
Longitude
152.800539

Description

A "christianised" corroboree was performed at Burnt Bridge on three nights by a company of aborigines from the Nambucca.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119324
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45815
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119324
Source
Christianising The Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61312740, 1896-08-08, "Christianising The Corroboree, Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 8 August 1896, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Kempsey Showground

Placename
Kempsey Showground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-31.07335
Longitude
152.830881

Description

An aboriginal corroboree was held at the Kempsey Show arranged by a Christian convert and represented a band of aboriginals trying to get to heaven.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119322
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45816
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119322
Source
Questions Answered, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71320921, 1898-12-03, "Questions Answered, Australian Town and Country Journal, 3 December 1898, 20" | Local and General, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63931606, 1896-08-06, "Local and General, Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal, 6 August 1896, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Coleman's Point

Placename
Coleman's Point
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.8058
Longitude
153.277938

Description

An aboriginals' corroboree was held on Coleman's Point with a small charge for admission with the proceeds to be shared between the hospital and the aboriginals. About 500 spectators were present. A sum of Β£3 was handed to the blacks and Β£5 to the hospital. About 20 men and boys put in an appearance with nearly as many lubras and children and about as many dogs from Lismore and the Tweed.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119326
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45817
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119326
Source
A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71755170, 1897-01-06, "A Corroboree, Northern Star, 6 January 1897, 2" | "Lismore, Friday", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14083780, 1897-01-09, "Lismore, Friday, Sydney Morning Herald, 9 January 1897, 10" | The Aboriginal Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71755255, 1897-01-13, "The Aboriginal Corroboree, Northern Star, 13 January 1897, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Bulli

Placename
Bulli
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.334729
Longitude
150.913637

Description

A cricket match from Lake Illawarra versus Bulli Independents. The aboriginals were captained by King Mickey, and after the match they gave a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119327
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45818
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119327
Source
Cricket, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14083992, 1897-01-12, "Cricket, Sydney Morning Herald, 12 January 1897, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Corowa

Placename
Corowa
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.0035585
Longitude
146.3784337

Description

A corroboree was held by the blacks of the district including some from the Murrumbidgee on the banks of the river. About 25 blacks took part. A good number of persons from Wahgunyah and Corowa assembled to witness the natives in their war dances. A collection was taken up with a tidy sum being realised.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119331
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45819
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119331
Source
Corowa, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article99423306, 1897-02-12, "Corowa, Albury Banner and Wodonga Express, 12 February 1897, 17"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Glen Innes Showground

Placename
Glen Innes Showground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.741673
Longitude
151.742424

Description

A large crowd assembled on the showground to witness the corroboree of the Oban blacks and a pyrotechnic display. Reported in both Friday and Saturday papers - potentially performed twice.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119332
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45820
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119332
Source
Agricultural Shows, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14097998, 1897-03-20, "Agricultural Shows, Sydney Morning Herald, 20 March 1897, 7" | Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14111037, 1897-03-15, "Country News, Sydney Morning Herald, 15 March 1897, 5, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Benalla Showgrounds

Placename
Benalla Showgrounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-36.55514
Longitude
145.979703

Description

In the evening a corroboree was given by about 20 Murrumbidgee blacks and excited great interest. Financially it was not a great success.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119333
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45821
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119333
Source
News In Brief, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article65340334, 1897-03-16, "News In Brief, Camperdown Chronicle, 16 March 1897, 3" | Current News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article65340335, 1897-03-16, "Current News, Camperdown Chronicle, 16 March 1897, 2, 3" | Sports At Benalla, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article65526435, 1897-03-19, "Sports At Benalla, Euroa Advertiser, 19 March 1897, 2" | Benalla, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9168344, 1897-03-22, "Benalla, The Argus, 22 March 1897, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Kilmore Hospital

Placename
Kilmore Hospital
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.301659
Longitude
144.958018

Description

Kilmore was visited by aboriginals who gave corroborees and also indulged in boomerang throwing.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119334
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45822
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119334
Source
Kilmore, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61119253, 1897-04-15, "Kilmore, Kilmore Free Press, 15 April 1897, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Traynor's Bank Hotel

Placename
Traynor's Bank Hotel
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.463302
Longitude
149.84261

Description

A corroboree of 20 aboriginal performers and an aboriginal attendance of nearly 150 was witnessed by Mr. Young and party in front of Traynor's Bank Hotel.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119335
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45823
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119335
Source
Moree-Narrabri Railway, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71292231, 1897-04-17, "Moree-Narrabri Railway, Australian Town and Country Journal, 17 April 1897, 40"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - City Reserve

Placename
City Reserve
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.816904
Longitude
145.000773

Description

The promoters of the evening corroboree at Richmond-reserve succeeded in inducing 3000 or 4000 people to pay an admission fee of 6d. to see a grand corroboree given by the blacks of the Murrumbidgee. There were 23 in number including box sexes and 3 picaninnies.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119336
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45824
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119336
Source
"Tuesday, April 20, 1897", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9192558, 1897-04-20, "Tuesday, April 20, 1897, The Argus, 20 April 1897, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Deebing Creek Mission Station

Placename
Deebing Creek Mission Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.6842
Longitude
152.7642

Description

Lord and Lady Lamington witnessed the darkies engage in a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119337
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45825
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119337
Source
Deebing Creek Aboriginal Settlement, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3650353, 1897-05-06, "Deebing Creek Aboriginal Settlement, The Brisbane Courier, 6 May 1897, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Esperance

Placename
Esperance
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.869246
Longitude
121.890737

Description

The aboriginals' sports, provided by the members of the Church of England. The natives gave a corroboree at night round a large fire. 400 whites attended and watched the war dance with interest. The blacks were provided with meals during the day.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119338
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45826
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119338
Source
"Esperance, May 28.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3112835, 1897-05-29, "Esperance, May 28., The West Australian, 29 May 1897, 5" | Esperance News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article69898499, 1897-06-01, "Esperance News, Albany Advertiser, 1 June 1897, 3" | Country, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3112835, 1897-06-04,"Country, The West Australian, 4 June 1897, 5" | News In Brief, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article84558655, 1897-06-04, "News In Brief, The Daily News, 4 June 1897, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Cairns

Placename
Cairns
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.920426
Longitude
145.770835

Description

Advertisement includes "A feast to the Aboriginals, who will give A Grand Corroboree, and will be regaled with A Bullock Roasted Whole and other luxuries".

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119478
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45827
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119478
Source
Diamond Jubilee, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article42934094, 1897-06-16, "Diamond Jubilee, Morning Post (Cairns), 16 June 1897, 5" | Jubilee Celebrations, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article42934154, 1897-06-30, "Jubilee Celebrations, Morning Post (Cairns), 30 June 1897, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Duaringa

Placename
Duaringa
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.72502
Longitude
149.669848

Description

The aborigines of Duaringa and neighbourhood gave a grand corroboree at their camp which was witnessed by a large number of people resident in Duaringa.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119477
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Programme|Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45828
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119477
Source
Duaringa, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article52525978, 1897-07-12, "Duaringa, The Morning Bulletin, 12 July 1897, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Maffra Mechanics Hall

Placename
Maffra Mechanics Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.916547
Longitude
146.896029

Description

Corroboree of Murrumbidgee Blacks

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119479
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45829
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119479
Source
Amusements, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article67406249, 1897-07-12, "Amusements, Maffra Spectator, 12 July 1897, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Patawalonga Creek

Placename
Patawalonga Creek
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.967134
Longitude
138.513409

Description

Parsons suggest the evnet was held on a Tuesday evening, for private purposes, and was heard in Glenelg.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151374
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45830
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151374
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | The Rev. J. Day Thompson on Gambling, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article209119657, 1897-10-13, "The Rev. J. Day Thompson on Gambling, The Express and Telegraph, National Library of Australia, 13 October 1897, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Conoble

Placename
Conoble
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.97445
Longitude
144.7093

Description

A grand corroboree is to take place with visitors expected from Hillston, Booligal, Coban and even from so distant a place as Nymagee.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119480
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45831
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119480
Source
News In Brief, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article99973013, 1898-01-28, "News In Brief, Albury Banner and Wodonga Express, 28 January 1898, 31"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Roseworthy

Placename
Roseworthy
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.527815
Longitude
138.751332

Description

In the evening the aboriginals held a corroboree in the town, led by Tommy Walker, and a large number of persons assembled to witness it.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119487
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45837
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119487
Source
Country News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87703908, 1898-11-12, "Country News, Chronicle, 12 November 1898, 26, 27"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Wilson's Hill

Placename
Wilson's Hill
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.699831
Longitude
152.943305

Description

30 Aboriginals participated in a corroboree which several hundred residents went to see. A collection was made for the blacks for their entertainment. The Richmond, Lower Clarence and Nymboida blacks were represented.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119488
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45838
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119488
Source
Corroboree At South Grafton, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61297736, 1898-11-22, "Corroboree At South Grafton, Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 22 November 1898, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Fisher Park Oval

Placename
Fisher Park Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-29.685936
Longitude
152.938612

Description

The aborigines who have assembled in town during the past couple of weeks entertained the citizens at the Fisher Park oval. A large crowd assembled.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119489
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45839
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119489
Source
Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article61297841, 1898-11-26, "Corroboree, Clarence and Richmond Examiner, 26 November 1898, 2" | "Grafton, Thursday.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14186886, 1898-11-25, "Grafton, Thursday., Sydney Morning Herald, 25 November 1898, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Waterworks Yard

Placename
Waterworks Yard
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.49244
Longitude
137.762818

Description

A Village Fair which took place at the Waterworks yard ended on Saturday night with a large crowd gathered to witness a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119490
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45840
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119490
Source
Fairs And Fetes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article29426341,1898-12-01, "Fairs And Fetes, The Advertiser, 1 December 1898, 6" | Port Augusta Village Fair, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87705345,1898-12-03, "Port Augusta Village Fair, Chronicle, 3 December 1898, 16"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:19
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:19

Corroboree - Jubilee Exhibition Concert Hall

Placename
Jubilee Exhibition Concert Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.920738
Longitude
138.60588

Description

Unique Entertainment and Corroboree performed by Point Macleay Native Singers led by Mr Holman.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119857
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45392
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119857
Source
Point Macleay Native Singers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36966359, 1900-08-11, "Point Macleay Native Singers, The Advertiser, 11 August 1900, 2" | The Point Macleay Mission, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36966540, 1900-08-13, "The Point Macleay Mission, The Advertiser, 13 August 1900, 6" | The Point Macleay Singers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36966717, 1900-08-14, "The Point Macleay Singers, The Advertiser, 14 August 1900, 5" | Native Singers' Entertainment, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54452410,1900-08-14, "Native Singers' Entertainment, The South Australian Register, 14 August 1900, 6" | The Native Singers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36966864, 1900-08-15, "The Native Singers, The Advertiser, 15 August 1900, 6" | Native Singers' Entertainment, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article54450719, 1900-08-20, "Native Singers' Entertainment, The South Australian Register, 20 August 1900, 3" | The Native Singers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36967337, 1900-08-20, "The Native Singers, The Advertiser, 20 August 1900, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Recreation Reserve

Placename
Recreation Reserve
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.548816
Longitude
145.296461

Description

A corroboree, in aid of the funds of the Town Band, was held on the Recreation Reserve in the evening.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119858
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45393
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119858
Source
Barcaldine, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article52586975, 1900-11-02, "Barcaldine, The Morning Bulletin, 2 November 1900, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Darwin

Placename
Darwin
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.46284
Longitude
130.841767

Description

A black's corroboree was arranged for the benefit of Earl Beauchamp as a guest of the Government Resident. Hundreds of the aboriginals turned out in their brilliant war paint.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119859
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45394
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119859
Source
"Port Darwin, Friday.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14377168, 1900-11-24, "Port Darwin, Friday., Sydney Morning Herald, 24 November 1900, 9" | Items Of Interest, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article78907496, 1900-11-27, "Items Of Interest, Singleton Argus, 27 November 1900, 1" | News and Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4275699, 1901-02-15, "News and Notes, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 15 February 1901, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Alice Springs

Placename
Alice Springs
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.700358
Longitude
133.880889

Description

Parsons states the event was for private purposes and organised internally, and was recorded by Spence and Gillen Expedition.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151378
dates_estimated
no
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45395
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151378
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | The Spencer Gillen Expedition, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4841054, 1901-05-29, "The Spencer Gillen Expedition, The Advertiser, National Library of Australia, 29 May 1901, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Police Station

Placename
Police Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.917408
Longitude
138.602081

Description

Parsons describes the event taking place on Tuesday morning after a group traveled to Adelaide after hearing of the visit of the Duke of Cornwall

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151377
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Other
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Web

Sources

TLCMap ID
45396
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151377
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4838865, 1901-05-15, "General News, The Advertiser, National Library of Australia, 15 May 1901, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Aboriginal Campsite (Albert Park Reserve)

Placename
Aboriginal Campsite (Albert Park Reserve)
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-37.844981
Longitude
144.9721

Description

A corroboree was performed as part of the royal visit

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119861
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45397
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119861
Source
The Commonwealth, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4824656, 1901-03-11, "The Commonwealth, The Advertiser, 11 March 1901, 5" | Federation, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article32206694, 1901-03-12, "Federation, Kalgoorlie Western Argus, 12 March 1901, 31" | "Thrusday, April 11, 1901", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article60902346, 1901-04-11, "Thrusday, April 11, 1901, Kilmore Free Press, 11 April 1901, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - The Domain

Placename
The Domain
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-27.479082
Longitude
153.028287

Description

Arrangements were made at Brisbane to hold a blackfellow's corroboree on the occasion of the Royal Visit. A State dinner was held at Government House in the evening followed by a unique entertainment in the shape of a blackfellow's corroboree in the Domain, to which the public were not admitted.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:119860
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
Article
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45399
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/119860
Source
Odds and Ends, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article72076262, 1901-03-06, "Odds and Ends, Northern Star, 6 March 1901, 5" | George V, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article26256536, 1910-05-09, "George V, The West Australian, 9 May 1910, 4" | King George and Australia., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article21126513, 1927-04-05, "King George and Australia., The Brisbane Courier, 5 April 1927, 32, 33" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Palmerston Oval

Placename
Palmerston Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.490245
Longitude
130.978622

Description

Tourists witnessed a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120114
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45400
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120114
Source
News and Notes, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4283376, 1901-09-20, "News and Notes, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 20 September 1901, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Show Grounds

Placename
Show Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-20.072936
Longitude
146.252147

Description

Aboriginals Corroboree took place at the Charters Towers Show Grounds for The League of North Queensland Wheelmen's carnival. About 4000 people were present. Nearly Β£200 was taken at the gates.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120115
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45401
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120115
Source
"Monday Night, November 25.", http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108470, 1901-11-18, "Monday Night, November 25., The Northern Miner, 18 November 1901, 1" | To-Day, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108716, 1901-11-23, "To-Day, The Northern Miner, 23 November 1901, 4" | Those Aboriginals, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108721, 1901-11-23, "Those Aboriginals, The Northern Miner, 23 November 1901, 6" | Those Aboriginals, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108737, 1901-11-25, "Those Aboriginals, The Northern Miner, 25 November 1901, 7" | Carnival and Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108745, 1901-11-25, "Carnival and Corroboree, The Northern Miner, 25 November 1901, 4" | The Arawatta's Passengers, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article84419344, 1901-11-25, "The Arawatta's Passengers, The North Queensland Register, 25 November 1901, 54" | Grand Moonlight Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108752, 1901-11-25, "Grand Moonlight Carnival, The Northern Miner, 25 November 1901, 1" | L.N.Q.W. Moonlight Carnival, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article81108802, 1901-11-26, "L.N.Q.W. Moonlight Carnival, The Northern Miner, 26 November 1901, 2" | Queensland News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article52747466, 1901-11-26, "Queensland News, The Morning Bulletin, 26 November 1901, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Peake Station

Placename
Peake Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-28.093506
Longitude
135.90033

Description

Professor Gregory of Melbourne University and some colleagues attended a native corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120123
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45402
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120123
Source
Professor Gregory's Expedition, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article9625353, 1902-01-24, "Professor Gregory's Expedition, The Argus, 24 January 1902, 6" | Geological Expedition, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4896789, 1902-01-25, "Geological Expedition, The Advertiser, 25 January 1902, 9" | In Central Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4896006, 1902-02-21, "In Central Australia, The Advertiser, 21 February 1902, 6" | In Central Australia, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article87817700, 1902-03-01, "In Central Australia, Chronicle, 1 March 1902, 13"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Exhibition Grounds

Placename
Exhibition Grounds
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-25.506051
Longitude
152.664196

Description

A blackfellows' corroboree was carried out at the Exhibition Grounds.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120127
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45403
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120127
Source
Maryborough, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article19186818, 1902-06-28, "Maryborough, The Brisbane Courier, 28 June 1902, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Singleton

Placename
Singleton
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-32.566667
Longitude
151.166667

Description

A black's corroboree was held in a plot of land at Singleton.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120130
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45404
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120130
Source
Notes And Notions, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article82718034, 1902-09-06, "Notes And Notions, Singleton Argus, 6 September 1902, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Victor Harbor

Placename
Victor Harbor
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.553227
Longitude
138.622949

Description

Local aboriginals with the assistance of their friends from the neighbouring towns gave a corroboree. About 20 aboriginals took part and almost the whole town turned out to witness the event. The performance lasted for about 2 hours and a collection was taken up.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120293
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45414
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120293
Source
The Country., http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5038204, 1905-02-11, "The Country., The Advertiser, 11 February 1905, 10" | A Corroboree, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article88423060, 1905-02-18, "A Corroboree, Chronicle, 18 February 1905, 11" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Malabah Headland National Park

Placename
Malabah Headland National Park
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-33.95657
Longitude
151.250319

Description

A corroboree was held with twenty or so whites present.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120297
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45415
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120297
Source
Boora, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71499646, 1905-03-01, "Boora, Australian Town and Country Journal, 1 March 1905, 22"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Colley Reserve

Placename
Colley Reserve
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.9777
Longitude
138.511709

Description

Over a dozen members of the Tury tribe of aborigines from Mr. W. H. Bowman's station gave a corroboree with the permission of the town council. The event attracted hundreds of people.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120298
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45416
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120298
Source
Corroboree At Glenelg, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5042811, 1905-04-03, "Corroboree At Glenelg, The Advertiser, 3 April 1905, 6" | Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Henley Beach

Placename
Henley Beach
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.919598
Longitude
138.49361

Description

The annouoncement that about a dozen aboriginals who are enjoying their "autumn vacation" at Glenelg would give a performance at Henley Beach attracted about 400 spectators.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120299
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45417
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120299
Source
Corroboree At Henley Beach, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article56329646, 1905-04-18, "Corroboree At Henley Beach, The Register, 18 April 1905, 4"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Duaringa

Placename
Duaringa
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-23.72502
Longitude
149.669848

Description

A blackfellows' corroboree was held with about 30 or 40 blacks taking part after the Duaringa v. Rockhampton cricket match.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120300
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45418
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120300
Source
Cricket, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53038781, 1905-04-24, "Cricket, The Morning Bulletin, 24 April 1905, 6"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Aldgate

Placename
Aldgate
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-35.015213
Longitude
138.736491

Description

A part of about 20 aboriginals arrived in Aldgate and gave corroborees on both Friday and Saturday evenings which were largely attended. Locals gave them old clothes and other necessities.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120302
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45419
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120302
Source
Aldgate, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5045525, 1905-05-03, "Aldgate, The Advertiser, 3 May 1905, 7"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Adelaide Parklands

Placename
Adelaide Parklands
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.938697
Longitude
138.602218

Description

described as 'nightly [...] for five or six hours. Parsons notes it was for private purposes but onlookers were accepted.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:151184
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Thesis

Sources

TLCMap ID
45554
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/151184
Source
Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997-01-01, "Michael Parsons, Southern Cross University, Encounters in Touriculture: Indigenous Cultural Tourism in Contested Domains, 1997" | Local News of the Week, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article195933372, 1845-12-06, "Local News of the Week, South Australian Gazette and Colonial Register (Adelaide, S, National Library of Australia, 6 December 1845, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:18
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:18

Corroboree - Darwin Oval

Placename
Darwin Oval
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-12.465441
Longitude
130.8451

Description

During the afternoon steamer passengers and residents assembled to witness a native corroboree which was performed for the Governor. The following day the aboriginals were distributed with blankets, flour, etc.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120301
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45420
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120301
Source
Visit Of H. E. The Governor, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4329847, 1905-04-28, "Visit Of H. E. The Governor, Northern Territory Times and Gazette, 28 April 1905, 3" | The Governor In The Territory, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5045764, 1905-05-05, "The Governor In The Territory, The Advertiser, 5 May 1905, 4" | State News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article96962682, 1905-05-18, "State News, The Southern Argus, 18 May 1905, 2"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Bradshaw's Station

Placename
Bradshaw's Station
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-15.3476
Longitude
130.27607

Description

Part of the Governor's tour of the NT. The blacks gave a corroboree in the evening and distributed blankets, tobacco, pipes and flour.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120304
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45421
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120304
Source
The Governor In The Territory, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5048754, 1905-06-05, "The Governor In The Territory, The Advertiser, 5 June 1905, 7" | The Vice-Regal Visit, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14694950, 1905-06-05, "The Vice-Regal Visit, Sydney Morning Herald, 5 June 1905, 8"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Millar's Hall

Placename
Millar's Hall
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-34.960781
Longitude
117.355064

Description

A corroboree of 200 natives was advertised to take place in Millar's-Hall.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120303
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Produced|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45422
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120303
Source
General News, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article80017013, 1905-05-18, "General News, The Daily News, 18 May 1905, 3"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Cairns

Placename
Cairns
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-16.920426
Longitude
145.770835

Description

A performance was given in the evening by the boys and girls of Yarrabah mission station. 26 items were programmed including a corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120392
dates_estimated
no
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45423
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120392
Source
A Trip North, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article44487012, 1905-12-09, "A Trip North, Barrier Miner, 9 December 1905, 5"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Carnarvon

Placename
Carnarvon
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-24.893269
Longitude
113.669693

Description

Dr. Hickenbottom arranged a very interesting corroboree.

Extended Data

note
event_number
ausstage:Events:120393
dates_estimated
yes
description_source
genres
Corroboree|Indigenous|Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Created
data_sources
Mapping Corroboree

Sources

TLCMap ID
45424
Linkback
https://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/120393
Source
Notes On The Nor-West Natives, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article37386582, 1906-01-20, "Notes On The Nor-West Natives, Western Mail, 20 January 1906, 43"
Created At
2022-09-09 13:49:17
Updated At
2022-09-09 13:49:17

Corroboree - Recreation Ground

Placename
Recreation Ground
Type
Other

Details

Latitude
-30.747015
Longitude
121.474855

Description

A continental concert and corroboree took place before a crush of white people. A better corroboree was promised if the whites came to visit the blacks' camp.

Extended Data

note
eve