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Hold the Community

June 25, 2016 Peppimenarti Top End, NT

“Hold the Community” was written and recorded in Peppimenarti during Red Dust’s HLP program in June 2016. The song is about respecting yourself, your community and your country.

Two Worlds – Nauiyu Community

June 3, 2016 Daly River Top End, NT

This song was written and recorded during the 2016 Healthy Living Youth Festival in Nauiyu Community from June 3 to 6

The Kintore Kids – RESPECT

June 11, 2016 Central Desert, NT Kintore

Created during the second Healthy Living Program of 2016, the community leaders and school staff chose the theme for the week. The result is this deadly song!

Super Bee – Yuendumu

October 20, 2015 Central Desert, NT Yuendumu

This song incorporates the themes and values of Yuendumu school. Always have a go, Listen with your eyes, ears and brain, Be Proud and Ask the right questions.

Harry Hygiene

November 13, 2015 Areyonga Central Desert, NT

This program focused the 5 senses and how they play a role in keeping our body healthy. The key messages used by Harry Hygiene and the team were:  Establish a good morning routine, Wash your face, Blow your nose, Wash your hands before eating & Brush your teeth!

Ngirramini – Tiwi College

October 30, 2015 Tiwi College Top End, NT

The song is about having dreams and goals and how persistence, discipline and strength of culture will help you to reach those goals. Well done to the Tiwi students for putting together this wonderful song!

Sweet Enough

September 3, 2015 Peppimenarti Top End, NT

The topic for the trip was ‘Yes Peppi, You’re Sweet Enough’ and the students looked at how a diet with too much sugar affects their health and wellbeing and the amounts of sugar found in many of the products they

Peppi’s So Sweet

September 3, 2015 Peppimenarti Top End, NT

The beat was made by the youngest students (The T4′s) and was so good that we just had to make a little jingle out of it and throw together a film clip!

Mi Gunja Yu

November 21, 2014 Wadeye

Knowledge is Strength

December 1, 2014 Daly River

Filmed with the students of Woolianna in Daly River, this song is a dedication to all the teachers, past and present. The song highlights the schools mission of knowledge is strength, always do your best, be responsiblle and respectiful, and you’ll be deadly.

Strong, Proud & Smoke Free

December 1, 2014 Daly River

Filmed with the students of St. Francis Xavier in the community of Nauiyu, Daly River, this song sends a strong message from the young people in the community about staying strong and proud and smoke free! No matter where you are from, to go against peer pressure requires a lot of strength.

The Makulkul Mob

November 17, 2014 Wadeye

The Healthy Living theme for the week was healthy hearts. Developed by the students, the song highlights factors such as nutrition, physical activity, hygiene and being smoke free for a healthy heart. It also introduces signs that students should be aware of in relation to rheumatic fever which affects the heart.

Ranger Danger

November 3, 2014 Areyonga Central Desert, NT

Focusing on using Safe Behaviours in everyday life, this song incorporates themes identified by the community and school as being relevant for the students and greater community.

Colours of My Country

August 11, 2014 Central Desert, NT Kintore

Filmed in Kintore during the Red Dust program in August, “Colours of My Country” focuses on maintaining strong eyes and reducing trachoma.

Daripi Tarronga

June 16, 2014 Top End, NT Wadeye

Translating to “The Healthy Skin Song”, this video was filmed while the team visited Wadeye. It focuses on combating scabies and keeping your skin clean and healthy!

Blood Brothers

July 6, 2014 Tiwi Islands, NT

Filmed in the first week of June, 2014 at Tiwi College, the music video ‘Blood Brothers’ focuses on the keeping healthy by maintaining healthy blood

Nauiyu Nambiyu

April 27, 2014 Daly River Top End, NT

Filmed at Daly River, in the communities of Woolianna & Nauiyu, this song focuses on the idea of “Our Place” with the themes of resilience and connection to country at the forefront of the discussion.


March 23, 2014 Areyonga


Bully Master

March 23, 2014 Yuendumu

Yuendumu, March 2014

Live Long

March 23, 2012 Yuendumu