Jason Sandy

Jason Sandy is an Aboriginal performer from the Mununjali tribe from the Beau Desert in Queensland near Logan Valley. His Totem is the Wedge Tail Eagle or (Mibin), most of the Mununjali tradition was lost, but Jason and his family went to great lengths to research the stories and legends about his clan, and today the flame of the ”Mununjali” is alive & well.
Jason is a Dancer, Didgeridoo Player, and Song man, he begun dancing with Descendance in Alice Springs in 2002, by 2003 he had taken over as the operations manager of the daily shows.
Jason has worked with Australian international superstar Xavier Rudd and was instrumental in developing a musical called “Dreamtime People” at Sanctuary Cove Queensland with Ku Ku Yalangi tribal elder Graham Brady.

Jason organised and managed his own company Mununjali in the early nineties, from booking the shows to organising the dancers, his credits include:


Tour of North Russia Arkhangelsk Festival.


Tours South Italy with Descendance for Ghironda Festival


Tours Abu Dhabi for a seven week residency with Descendance at World fair.


Tours London with Descendance for Toast Festival and performances in Lords


Tour of Trinidad Red Earth Festival


Tour of Rome with Descendance to promote the film Australia by Baz Lurhman.


Bulgarian and Netherlands tour, 7 weeks in Europe Descendance


New Zealand tour through tourism Australia Descendance.


Flames In the Forest Port Douglas Cairns, Spectacular Indigenous performance in rainforest with Pyrotechnics, Laser lighting, and stage reveal. Descendance


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


International Touring with Descendance to South Africa, Ghana, Belarus, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia .


Hervey bay North Queensland nightly aboriginal performances


Tours the North Coast of Australia with Descendance


Working with Australian International Superstar Xavier Rudd


Manager performer Alice Springs, Red Centre Dreaming Descendance


Opening of Brisbane Southbank, Manchester Unity Festival (Melbourne)
Opening of Bonville International Golf Club (Coffs Harbour), Opening Of Indigenous War Monument (Burleigh Heads) Royal Brisbane Show, NAIDOC Week (NSW & QLD) schools tours, Mak Sho Native American Indians & Mununjali Dancers (Brisbane), Sanctuary Cove (Show Dreamtime People).