Cody was born in Cairns and is of Aboriginal, Torres Strait, Malay and Chinese descent.
Elizabeth Timbery began dancing at the age of three.
Juanita Eleanor Duncan is a proud Gomaroi woman born in Gosford, NSW.
Jacqui was born in Cairns and has Aboriginal (Wuthathi – Drummond) and Torres Strait Islander (Thursday/Badu) heritage on her mother’s side, and has ties with England on her father’s side.
Darren is a proud descendent of Yuin, Bundjalung, Munanjali, Gamillaraay and the Murray Island nations.
Ryka Satrick is a multi-talented young Indigenous performer. He is already a maestro in the art of Didgeridoo playing, having started performing from the age of seven.
Shari Togo graduated from NAISDA Dance College and has gone on to work on many exciting and inspiring youth-based projects.
Naomi Wenitong, from Cairns, shot to stardom along with Simone Stacey as Shakaya in 2001.
Brothablack (aka Shannon Narrun Williams), is one of Australia’s pioneers of Indigenous Hip Hop.
Ghenoa’s favourite style of dance is contemporary Indigenous dance. She says she has been dancing since she “rolled out the cot” and has been a traditional dancer for over 25 years now.