There’s indigenous music, dance, story telling, art and craft on the banks of the Noosa River at the Booin Gari Festival.
Hosted by Gubbi Gubbi Dance, Booin Gari celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and builds connections to people, country and culture.
There's music from Katie Noonan and Alistair Bartholomew, and also yarning, bush tucker tastings, kids' sailing, hands-on workshops, market stalls and demonstrations.
See the First Nations Art Gallery including work by award-winning portrait artist Jandamarra Cadd, and hear from artists at a series of talks throughout the day.
Apart from the Gubbi Gubbi Dancers, other groups include Yerongpan Aborginal Dancers and Yulu Burri Ba Dancers, and music including Oka and Andrea Kirwin.
There'll be sweet and savoury bush tucker, native drinks from First Food Co, Deadly Espresso coffee, Quandmooka's Yalabin Dining will sell take-home First Nations food, and wood-fired pizza and BBQ sausage sizzle.
See the Booin Gari program here.