Photographs of Aboriginal dance performance for tourists at Mandorah resort in the mid-1960s.The photographer and author B. Wongar worked as a 'handyman' at the Mandorah Resort and developed a friendly relationship with the superintendent at the nearby Delissaville Settlement. Two of the dancers in his troupe were Jimmy Muluk and Prince of Wales the son of the so-called 'last Larrakiya songman', George King). Muluk was Wongar's main informant for his Aboriginal Myths publication (1972) and Prince of Wales took an active part in ceremonial and tourist performances.

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Black and white 35mm original.

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