Dion Drummond

Dion Drummonds Aboriginal name is “Moogera”, meaning storm, he is of Torres Strait islander descent on his mothers’ side, and Aboriginal from his father’s side. Dion was born in Mossman (Kuku-Yalangi Tribal area) 80km north of Cairns, Queensland. Dion is one of Australia’s most experienced international indigenous performers, covering both Mainland and Islander culture as a dancer, singer and storyteller.



Hawaii Tour Honolulu Festival.


Tour of Moscow Australia promotions and performances.


Tour of Hawaii Honolulu Festival


Tour of Qatar for The Asian Football Cup.


Tour Of Hawaii, Honolulu Festival, Maui Schools, Hilo Palace Theatre.


Hawaii tour, Honolulu Festival, Schools, Palace Theatre Hilo


Descendance/Ngaru in (Sydney/Australia): completing Corporate work, International Conventions, Schools, Community Work, Radio Work, Festivals, Jails, Cruise Liners, Workshops, Galleries, Theatre, Museums, Expos, TV, Political Events, Recording, Humanitarian projects for UNESCO and assignments for The Australian Government.


Schools around Australia and New Zealand, performing and teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture-Arts Queensland-NGM.


NAIDOC Ball and Aboriginal Awards Canberra Convention Centre.


NSW Aboriginal Health Awards


New Zealand Tour through Tourism Australia.


Beijing Olympic Torch Relay performance Canberra


Hawaii Tour, Honolulu Festival, Pearl Harbour, Hilo, Media performances


Tour of Spain Barcelona for Spanish Event Company Jolibud Descendance


Tour of Dubai to launch Arab Emirates airline Etihad Descendance


Three Week theatre tour of Hawaiian Islands Austrade Descendance


“Spirits of the Soil” , Dion leads Descendance in its first theatre production, hosting American Crow Indians “Big Day” , production at Bondi Pavilion.


Opens the Bellingen Global Festival with Descendance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Dance Co.


“To India with Love” Indian and Flamenco, fusion works, in a tribute concert to India, celebrating the 50th anniversary of India’s liberation from British sovereignty.