Australian influencer calls out 'disrespectful' party-goers for 'mocking aboriginal culture'

An Australian influencer has called out a group of party-goers in Queensland who were captured "mocking Aboriginal culture".

Indigenous influencer Sari-Ella Thaiday shared the video, which appears to have been taken from Snapchat, to her TikTok on Monday.

The video, which has been viewed almost 40,000 times, shows a group of people in a dance circle appearing to mock traditional Aboriginal movements.

"Mossman locals mocking Aboriginal culture," Thaiday said.

"Share around, they're at it again #racism #aboriginal #mossman #indigenousaustralian #alwayswasalwayswillbe."

Commenters slammed the dancing, calling it "disrespectful".

"Why are people like this?" one person asked.

"How is everyone standing there thinking this is an okay thing to do?" another questioned.

Further down in the comments, Thaiday said the dancing appeared to have happened during a wedding.

"I just found out this was a wedding?? Rip the 'happy' couple, they cursed now," she said.

The TikTok has since been picked up and shared by former Bachelor Australia star Abbie Chatfield who labelled the video "repulsive", 7News reported.

She said the group was "fertilising the soil of racism in Australia".

"We have a huge issue with race in this country and the fact that these people cannot see that their little 'jokes' around Aboriginal and Torres Strait culture ... shit like this only perpetuates it, only allows it and opens the door for more insidious shit.

"When you allow this and don't speak out on this it perpetuates the entire notion Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are not worth respecting, which they f***ing are.

"I'm sick of this bullshit of gaslighting minorities and this idea that people should be protected after they were racist."