Lyndon Davis, Didgeridoo

Lyndon Davis is an Indigenous presenter, performer, educator and artist. Lyndon was born and raised on the Sunshine Coast, and is a Traditional Custodian and representative of the Local Gubbi Gubbi / Kabi Kabi people.

Lyndon works extensively within our local schools, Universities and community presenting an exciting and informative Aboriginal  Cultural Education Program. He has vast knowledge of our local Indigenous  Culture and history, Gubbi Gubbi language, traditional song and dance and the arts. His workshops and are always a treat.

In 1997, Lyndon founded the Gubbi Gubbi Dance troupe, bringing together local Aboriginal artists and performers, presenting an amazing display of traditional Aboriginal song and dance. Their reputation has grown as one of the best traditional dance troupes in Queensland. Lyndon feels very honored for the opportunities he receives, sharing his culture within the community and the world. Lyndon is a true Ambassador for his people travelling overseas on many occasions to South America, South Korea, Vanuatu, France Rugby World Cup, Europe , South Africa, Canada and the USA.  He has performed for Queen Elizabeth II at CHOGOM, the official opening at the Goodwill Games, 2000 Sydney Olympics, Woodford Folk Festival and The Dreaming, and in 2011 welcomed His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Lyndon is very proud of the work he does within the community, bringing awareness and building reconciliation. Lyndon is a role model and mentor to many.

In 2010 Lyndon was awarded the Honorary Senior Fellowship Award from The University of the Sunshine Coast, one of the Universities highest honor awards, for his long standing work at USC and in the local community.

In 2012 Gubbi Gubbi Dance – Cultural Education Program was one of 4 finalists in the QLD Reconciliation Awards.