Wanjarra (hello)

I welcome you to be a part of my life and creative journey – through this deadly space you can be a proud owner of one, or more, of my art pieces, come to our LIVE MUSIC SHOWS in 2024 (details below), or listen to my new music,
GUMMY BAMARRA – OUT NOW – see video below

– see the previous song video’s below or download or stream my songs.


Yawi !!

Jungaji on Bandcamp

Jungaji is a creative who is an Australian First Nations fluent GuGu Yalanji speaker and song man.
He maintains the ancient fires through his smooth modern deliveries of stories & songlines.

Jungaji is a First Nations Gugu Yalanji songman, visual artist, playwright, and activist hailing from Australia. He has embarked on a new creative path, fusing RnB/Soul to create a unique and authentic sound that showcases his cultural roots.

After undergoing a deep cultural transformation, Jungaji has found a profound understanding of his identity and is now dedicated to sharing his authentic voice and artistic testimony with the world. His music is now available on all streaming platforms and he has an extensive tour planned across Australia and beyond.

Jungaji has recently performed at prestigious events such as the St Kilda Festival 2023, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2023 (Award for Best Music Performance) and the Yonder Festival 2022, BIGSOUND 23, port Fairy Folk Festival (VIC) 24, St Kilda Film Festival where he wowed audiences with his dynamic performances. With his multi-talented artistic abilities, Jungaji is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry and beyond. Keep an eye out for him as he heads to a city or town near you in 2024.


Through the moving lens of protest and resistance – St Kilda Film Festival 2024

The St Kilda Film Festival 2024 presents a snapshot of First Peoples fight for justice and equality through the lens of Protest and Resistance. First Peoples’ protest and resistance has found expression across street protests, songs, theatre, art, literature and of course movies, documentaries, music videos and short films. Don’t miss these powerful films that provide an important perspective on Australia’s history and peoples.

‘In Conversation’ Q&A facilitated by Tasha James with Lisa Maza, Richard Frankland and Jungaji followed by very special song and storytelling performances from Jungaji (plus band) and Richard Frankland.

Saturday June 15
Session time: 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Location: The Gershwin Room, Esplanade Hotel – 11 The Esplanade, St Kilda VIC 3182


Featuring JUNGAJI, Andrew Gurruwiwi Band, J-MILLA and Radical Son  

Join us on WEDNESDAY 31st of JULY @ CONCERT HALL – QPAC, BRISBANE for a night of inspiring music and moving storytelling with Warriors, raising awareness of men’s mental health and featuring powerhouse First Nations artists JUNGAJI, Andrew Gurruwiwi BandJ-MILLA, and Radical Son.  

In 2024 men’s mental health continues to be a concern, particularly within First Nations communities. Bringing together musicians from across the country, Warriors presents a line-up of world-class artists who draw on their own personal experience with mental health, weaving their stories together through visual recordings while performing a selection from their incredible catalogue of music alongside new work.   

A concert combining the power of music and stories, Warriors will have you dancing in your seat and feeling hopeful for the future. 

One night only – don’t miss out.