As the fire blazes, the Aboriginal dancers perform their time-old corroboree. Flames rise up and seem to celebrate with them as
the dancers tell their stories through dance. The red and yellow ochre of the soil is stirred up. Excitement builds and the timeless
quality of the story speaks to those who are watching. The old men keep the rhythm with their clapsticks and their singing. The
culture is strong. The culture is alive.