Larry Brandy is a Wiradjuri man who has been sharing his Wiradjuri culture in Canberra and surrounding regions for over 30 years. In his performances, children become kangaroos, emus and hunters as they learn how Wiradjuri people hunted and found food in traditional times. Larry has written two books to share his Wiradjuri culture and is working with the National Library of Australia on another one about his culture. Larry has performed around the world at festivals, conferences and schools. He is a Churchill scholar and ACT NAIDOC person of the year.
Larry Brandy presents Tiddalik the Frog
A Going the Distance Project
Join Aboriginal storyteller Larry Brandy as he shares the Wiradjuri tale of Tiddalik the Frog. This is a tale from the Balandha, which you might know as Once Upon a Time.