Miima Warrabinya



What's On?

Join us for our official Skyfest opening ceremony, featuring contemporary Aboriginal dance performances from Jo Clancy.

Be guided through the stars, their stories and their significance within First Nations culture.

Come and learn everything Wiradjuri – from traditonal artistry to Boomerang throwing to making Damper. 

Be guided through the stars, their stories and their significance within First Nations culture.

Be guided through the stars, their stories and their significance within First Nations culture.

About Skyfest

Condo SkyFest Miima Warrabinya is a free community celebration of Wiradjuri Culture and Continuity in Condobolin, NSW, a small Inland town at the heart of Wiradjuri Country. 

Feature events include Traditional and Contemporary Aboriginal Dancing, workshops, original live music, stalls, exhibitions, indigenous food, augmented reality projections, lantern-making, lantern parade, stargazing, storytelling, and a blazing grand finale.

Our Supporters

Condo SkyFest Supporters Dinner

A unique dining experience for Friends and Supporters of the Condo SkyFest Miima Warrabinya featuring a three-course meal prepared by Indigenous chef Gerald Power from Orange, NSW, with guest speaker/s and exclusive previews of SkyFest events, including traditional and contemporary dancing, augmented reality projections, giant sky-lanterns and a guided tour of the Milky Way and its many stories with local and visiting stargazers.

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Cadbury Dairy Milk Roses - Mandaang Guwu (Thank You)
Wishing Uncle Stan Grant a MASSIVE Happy Birthday today! 🥳

Gadhaang - Happy 
Dhurrinya - Birth
Yiradhu - Day
Mamaba - Uncle
Dyan - Stan
It's an exciting time when a project moves through the planning stage and begins to start taking shape 🤩 Coming soon!
We recently finished an overhaul of https://wcclp.com.au/ 

A BIG thank you to Pete and his team at Simple Pixels; and Belinda at Galari Creative for her artwork! 🙌🥳👾🎨🤩
Indigenous Arts Leadership Program 
Applications close 28th February! 

Gakal: First languages skills register by First Languages Australia

The aim of the registry is to connect people, and to help First Languages Australia provide support for workers in whatever role they fill - through targeted information services, training opportunities and the chance to network with others working in a similar role. Gakal is also a tool with which language centres and other organisations can identify and employ people with specialised language skills and experience.

Gakal includes those who are employed by language centres, media organisations, community organisations and schools as well as people who are self-employed and providing a range of language services.

The register showcases the diverse skills and expertise held by people working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages.  

'Gakal' is pronounced 'ga' like gut and 'kal' like cull. This word is from the Yolŋu Matha languages of North East Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, and has lots of different meanings. It was chosen for this website because it can mean skill or knowledge - related to language, work, hunting, law, etc. It can be used to describe one person, or an organisation or group or clan. The word is used as a person's experience and leadership grows. This word was provided by Yolŋu staff at ARDS Aboriginal Corporation.