One Mob Different Country dancers

The One Mob Different Country program allows low-security Indigenous prisoners who have demonstrated good behaviour to take part in traditional Aboriginal dance performances. 

They dance at community, government, private and not-for-profit organisation events.

The name refers to the dancers who come from different communities, but come together as one mob.

Requests for performances at children’s events will not be approved.

There is a fee for the dancers. 

To request an application form or make an enquiry, email

Last updated: 03 June 2015

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