Bush Chooks

On Elcho Island in the Northern Territory, a small community dance group has led to international stardom for a group of young dancers know as “The Chooky Dancers”. It started out as a way to keep the boys out of trouble and give them something to do, but it has led to something a lot bigger.

It’s inspiring to see the way that these boys have kept up the legacy. It’s a fantastic way to keep healthy, combat depression and it encourages the younger kids in the community to get involved and keep active.

Check out the video below to get the full story.


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