Culturally rich and ambitiously original.

World Premiere Season

By Australian Dance Theatre in association with ILBIJERRI Theatre Company

Wiradjuri choreographer and Australian Dance Theatre Artistic Director, Daniel Riley evokes an immensely powerful and personal story of his Great-Great Uncle, Alec "Tracker" Riley.

Alec, a Wiradjuri Elder and Tracker, served the New South Wales Police Force for 40 years, leading numerous high-profile cases. As an Elder of his community he forged a path between the enforced colonial system in which he worked and his Wiradjuri lore. Tracker takes inspiration from his legacy and examines the battles First Nations people have shared for generations.

Weaving together dance, music and text, Tracker invites the audience into an open and transformative ceremonial space. This remarkable story is brought to life by a team of celebrated First Nations creatives, including award-winning playwright Ursula Yovich, co-director Rachael Maza AM, composers James Henry and Gary Watling, visual artist Jonathan Jones, lighting designer Chloe Ogilvie, co-writer and co-dramaturge, Amy Sole and an all-First Nations cast.

Culturally rich and ambitiously original, this multidisciplinary work rethinks how we engage with and experience First Nations storytelling.

Event Access

AUSLAN interpreted performance is Friday 22 Sep 7.30pm - select the seats in the Auslan Access area when booking online or call or email the Box Office for assistance.

Please notify Box Office at the time of booking should you require a Hearing Loop. Our hearing loop has an earpiece that sits over your ear and may be used without a hearing aid.
This production contains some coarse language, partial nudity, violence, adult themes and sexual references, as well as the use of haze and strobe effects.

AUSLAN interpreted performance is Sat 22 Sep. Select one of the Auslan seats on the ticket booking site (in the left hand side of the seating bank). No code or other access needed.
Accessible seating options are available for wheelchair users and disabled patrons. Please notify Box Office of your requirements at the time of booking, a minimum of 24 hours in advance. Please note that balcony seating in the Powerhouse Theatre is not wheelchair accessible.

Companion cards are accepted for events at Brisbane Powerhouse unless otherwise stated. Please advise that you will be using a companion card at the time of booking. Companion cards must be presented when collecting the tickets.

Recommended for ages 15+

Patrons who require the assistive listening system, please call Brisbane Powerhouse Box Office on 3358 8600.

Schools: access educational packs and schools ticketing available through Brisbane Festival website.

Venue Access


196 – Merthyr, Valley, City, Sth Bris, Highgate Hill, Fairfield
Every 10-15 mins
Closest Stop – Brunswick St at Oxlade Dr
(480m walk to/from Brisbane Powerhouse, through New Farm Park)

199 – Teneriffe Ferry, New Farm, City, Cultural Centre, West End
Every 15 mins
Closest Stop – Merthyr Rd at Hawthorne St
(700m walk to/from Brisbane Powerhouse)

Towards University Qld (inbound) – City, South Bank, Milton, West End, St Lucia
Every 15-30 mins

Towards Northshore Hamilton (outbound) – Hawthorne, Bulimba, Teneriffe, Bretts Wharf
Every 15-30 mins
Closest Ferry Terminal – New Farm Park, end Brunswick St
(440m walk to/from Brisbane Powerhouse, through New Farm Park)

There is a drop off area in the Brisbane Powerhouse car park with level access to the Stores Building and lift access to the main building. All levels of Brisbane Powerhouse are accessible by lift. The Turbine Platform can be accessed via ramp. On entry to the theatre, an usher will direct you to your seats.

If you need any assistance, please approach one of our friendly staff.

We have five designated accessible parking spaces available for permit holders. A lift operates from the Stores Building (car park level) to the Powerhouse Plaza where the main entrance to the Brisbane Powerhouse is located. For patrons who require assistance travelling from our car park to our theatres, Brisbane Powerhouse can make arrangements to accommodate your needs with 24 hours advance notice. A wheelchair can also be made available on request whilst the patron is visiting Brisbane Powerhouse.

If you have a dinner reservation or are attending a performance, please arrive early.

Parking is limited at Brisbane Powerhouse. We encourage you to consider transport alternatives such as public transport, taxi, rideshare, shuttle bus, cycling, scooter, walking or river vessel.

New Farm Park Car Park (enter from Brunswick Street)

200 parking spaces (free)
New Farm Park gates open Mon–Fri 8.30am–11pm, Sat + Sun 6am–11pm
Exit gate open until 12.30am

Brisbane Powerhouse Car Park (enter from Lamington Street)

148 parking spaces (paid parking)
6 accessible parking spaces for permit holders
Operates 24/7

Parking is payable at the automatic pay station located adjacent to the car park, or on exit.

Wed-Sat from 5pm car park exits to both Brunswick St (via New Farm Park) and Lamington St

You can pre-pay for the $12 flat rate for parking after 5pm.

Less than 30 minutes parking is free at all times
Between 30 minutes and 3 hours, parking is $7 from 3am to 5pm daily
Between 3 hours and 12 hours, parking is $9 from 3am to 5pm daily
For parking from 5pm the flat night rate is $12

Event type

Other accessible and inclusive event

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