The founding member of the group, James is from the Walmatjerri tribe
from the Kimberley. He has family connections throughout the state.
James spent 3 years at the School of Aboriginal Music in Perth and has
been working in and around Perth for many years as a didjeridoo player
and story teller. He is well known for his inexhaustible efforts towards
creating awareness of Aboriginal culture in the wider community.
Link to James T. Webb interview
Peter is the uncle of James and the entire dance group. Not only is
he affiliated with the Noongar people from WA's south west, he is also
associated with the Arunta tribe of Alice Springs. "Uncle Peter'
has been involved in tribal dance from a very young age. His father
is from the Wongi people of Kalgoorlie and his mother's people range
from Noongars to the Ngigina tribe in the Kimberley.
A member of Wadumbah also from its inception, Lee is from the Yamatji
people from the Carnarvon/Shark Bay region. He has worked extensively
in the arts area, including employment with Indigenous galleries. Through
family influences, Lee became involved in traditional dance and didjeridoo
playing. He also studied at the Aboriginal Music College, in Clontarf,
Damion has strong Noongar roots and like other group members, has a
passion to embrace his Aboriginal culture through traditional dance
and music. He has been with Wadumbah for some time and is a very fine
Terrence is the tallest of the dancers and has a fine physique which
he uses with flair and grace during performances. He is the eldest son
of James and carries his Indigenous culture with pride and zest. Terrence
is a talented story teller and has performed with the group at many