walk with me


live concerts
for children, families & community

Join Aunty Sharron as she takes us on a musical gudyiwagagirri-song and dance journey. Together, we will respectfully acknowledge the Sovereign Custodians, Elders and Country before we begin a fun-filled, interactive song and dance presentation and concert for all ages. Meet her animal puppet friends and have a laugh with her cheeky puppet Dinawan-Emu, as we connect to our past, present and future, creating new footprints on Mother Earth together.


"Sharron opened, performed & presented at our conference in 2018 & 2019, such a profound and memorable experience to set the energy for the day. An amazing woman with such passion for her people & culture" 

professional development & workshops

- Yalbilinyabu Babirrabu (Sing and Learn)

- Waluwin (well being)


“To be truthful, I really didn’t want to attend this workshop as I had my own thoughts about Aboriginal people and their ways, Mirii has given me a different outlook on Aboriginal people and their connection to land, I had no idea. Thank you for a life changing experience, one that I will never forget.”

birralii (children)  workshops

Connect to our first history and share a fun, informative and interactive presentation that will provide Children, Parents and Educators with knowledge of Aboriginal Culture creating understanding and awareness.


"I sincerely recommend this Birralii Cultural Workshop show to any educational environment that wishes to engage children in a meaningful way and teach them about our first history"

mirii's creations 

(webshop coming soon!)

'Thank you Mirii, I just love my earrings everyone always comments on them, they are so unique!'   

"Beautiful pieces of jewellery, absolutely am thrilled with these. Was going to give them as gifts, but I actually kept them all for myself, I couldn't bear to part with them! I will be purchasing more!" 

"I saw Sharron with her stall at a NAIDOC event in Inala and asked her if she could make a special piece of jewellery for my Mother as she was undergoing kemo at the time. She said it would be an honour, 3 days later she rang to let me know it was finished. Mum absolutely loved it, thank you for your tender love and care, you are such a lovely person and this shows through everything you do."

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