2103 marked five years of the program and it was decided that a bigger project took place to showcase the skills developed by the students over the previous four years. The result was Cunnamulla Dreaming. The script was devised by the students and Peter and the dances were choreographed by Nikki Ashby. Nikki worked with the students not just on hip routines but also contemporary dance and Indigenous Cultural fusion. Cunnamulla Dreaming was a huge step up for the students as performers as they worked over the course of the year to develop and rehearse a show that they would perform for a large community audience. . The result was a professional theatrical production for the whole town and was a huge success. A performing arts tour of Brisbane was also part of the 2013 program. It was important for the students to have real sense of what professional live performance as all about if they were to stage a large performance at the end of the year. The students saw QTC’s Mother Courage which starred an all Indigenous cast and were lucky enough to meet the performers afterward. They also saw a dance show performed by students from ACPA, participated in cultural workshops at ACPA, did a clowning master class with Clint Bolster, and went on a back stage tour of QPAC.