~’The Story of the Niño and Niña Wayúu!’ – Storytime + School Incursion

The story of the Niño and Niña Wayúu! 

Connect kids with culture and diversity with Casa Bonita dolls …

Our storytime is about two dollies that represent the Wayúu Indigenous community from the North of Colombia, The Wayunquerra and Wayunquerro

Colombia and South America

$165.00 inc. of tax


These two dollies will show you where Colombia is, what activities their parents do and even show you how different their bedrooms are! 

Did you know that chinchorros or hammocks and used to sleep?  

These two lovely dollies will take you on a cultural trip to understand how different things are at their village compared to many other places, but also all the things in common that all kids have like love for face painting, colours and pompoms!  


Students will have the opportunity to listen to the story about the Indigenous Wayúu people of Colombia & Venezuela.


Everyone will have the chance to get their face painted and learn about the symbology of the sun, the rain and the meaning of wearing it.

Teachers are welcome to help with this activity. 


Explore the dolls, try on the Wayúu handwoven hats and bags!

Learn about the colours and who made them.

It’s a unique cultural experience!


Duration: 45 min

Online and in person.

Email [email protected] to confirm the times available.

Liliana, the facilitator, holds a Working With Children check. 

The Wayunquerra and Wayunquerro  are sold separately. 

About Liliana, founder of Casa Bonita Lifestyle. 

Liliana Bravo developed an innovative business model at Casa Bonita Lifestyle and has been awarded The Victorian Multicultural Award for Excellence in Business 2021

Casa Bonita has established an inclusive and innovative business model to empower Latin American and other migrant women to set up their own businesses by offering a range of tailor-made programs to support them.

The retail arm of Casa Bonita entails sourcing ethical and sustainably produced crafts from Indigenous communities in Colombia and Ecuador and selling them in the shop.

Casa Bonita is an important educative and artistic space for members of Melbourne’s west to come together in meaningful ways. Significant cultural events are celebrated and offer a bridge between newly arrived migrants and those who are more established in our community.


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