Indigenous Outreach has been running for over two decades in cities, regional and remote areas as a service provider.

They continue to work with schools, health organisations, youth services, councils, shires, festivals and more.

They are a collective sharing a common goal showcasing a passion to connect with youth, engaging them through music and dance.

They are most heavily booked nationally for one week long projects and celebrations of NAIDOC, Reconciliation and Harmony Week to name a few.

IOP use the arts for change through the power of dance and music. They focus on delivering health outcomes and positive messages to youth and community.

Their crew brings exciting, interactive and fun element to events, week-long project or extended tours.

They focus on delivering their motto “no shame, be proud, respect” by encouraging a strong mind, body, spirit and culture.

Their projects have been tried and tested and they have successfully engaged communities across the country and world.

Selected past festivals and events include:

– Yalukut Weelam Ngargee Festival
– Mornington Peninsula Australia Day Festival
– NAIDOC Week Celebrations
– Women of The Year Award Events
– Reconciliation Events
– Harmony Week Events
– Survival Day Events
– The Long Walk
– Sydney Road Street Party
– Performances for various councils, corporate events and festivals etc.
– School and kinder workshops and performances across the state and country and remote Indigenous communities
– Dust Up Festival