Crocodile and emu sausages, kangaroo stew and damper will be on the menu at The University of Western Australia next week, along with didgeridoo-playing and basket-weaving workshops.
The occasion will be a four-day Marnda Week celebration of the evolving cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, organised by UWA's Indigenous students.
The opening ceremony, at 12 noon on Tuesday 6 May on the University's Oak Lawn will feature a Welcome to Country by Professor Len Collard, special food and music.
An interfaculty Indigenous sports round will be held from 1pm in the UWA gym on Wednesday 7 May.
John Pilger's film ‘Utopia' will be shown on Thursday 8 May in the Murdoch Lecture Theatre at 5pm, followed by a discussion.
An Indigenous students' art exhibition will be held from 4.45pm pm Friday 9 May in the first floor gallery of the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts.
Visitors can meet the artists and enjoy live music.
The festival is presented by the University's School of Indigenous Studies and the WA Student Aboriginal Corporation (WASAC).