Born in Townsville, Queensland, she completed her primary schooling in Darwin and Daley River, Northern Territory, before moving back to Townsville to complete her secondary schooling. Being raised and immersed in cultural traditions of both First Nations backgrounds is where the strength of her core is founded.
Aba trained at NAISDA (National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association) for three years before moving back to Townsville in 2015 to take care of a family member.
She has performed in events and festivals, including the national AIDS Foundation, Qantas, Message Stick (SOH), 5 Land’s Walk, schools, universities, NAIDOC Week, Mabo Day, NPA (Northern Peninsula Area) Cultural Festival, restaurant, museum and gallery openings, Yarbun and Australia Day (SOH).
She had the privilege of teaching and workshopping Cultural Song and Dance, Hip Hop and Contemporary Dance in both private and public schools, from early learning to secondary school-aged students. Her proudest moments have been teaching in some of Australia's most remote communities such as the NPA (Northern Peninsula Area) region, which include Bamaga, lnjinoo, Umagico, New Mapoon & Seisia, Thursday Island, Kubin Village (MOA Island) and Lockhart River.
She is also a regular participant of Force Majeure’s Lak Maluwal Paru project, which is part of Carriageworks In Development Program.