Ngiarrenumba Burrai (Our Country) will be home to a program of dance, native food workshops, language workshops and performance throughout the festival. Museum Park becomes a space that centers Awabakal cultural practice, people and stories.
We recommend booking into your preferred sessions to avoid missing out.
Drop-ins also welcome with seperate cultural sessions happening simultaneously.
Recommended for all ages.
Saturday 23 Sept 11am - 2pm | Art + Weaving Drop in sessions all day
Sunday 24 Sept 11am - 2pm | Language for Kids + Art drop in sessions
Wednesday 27 Sept 11am - 2pm | Bush Medicine & Tucker + drop in sessions
Thursday 28 Sept 11am - 2pm | Language for Adults + drop in sessions
Friday 29 Sept 11am - 2pm | Dance Men
Friday 29 Sept 3 - 5:30pm | Dance Women
Saturday 30 Sept 1pm - 3pm | Tools
Saturday 30 Sept 3pm - 5:30pm | Weaving
Sunday 01 Oct 11am - 2pm | Bush Tucker & Medicine + Weaving drop in sessions
WET WEATHER CONTINGENCY
There is limited space under cover that will be used in the event of light weather within Museum Park. In the event of severe weather, ticket holders will be notified of any cancellations via email and/or SMS, as well as on this page and social media.
Art - Highlighting and educating on the different Aboriginal art styles and where they come from.
Dance - Workshop in Aboriginal dance and song construction
Language - Introduction into the Awabakal language workshop
Bush Food - Medicine & other uses informative talk
Tools - The Making of fishing and hunting spear construction