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Friday 12 July

NAIDOC: Reflecting on Culture

Randwick and Waverley Council are proud to partner with Centennial Parklands in hosting an evening of entertainment and cultural learning in celebration of NAIDOC 2019 - Voice, Treaty, Truth - Let’s work together for a shared future.

Join us from 5pm onwards to watch the flying foxes at sunset, experience Aboriginal dance, ceremony and education. There will be a Welcome to Country by Dean Kelly, a fire ceremony, traditional and contemporary dance from the Warada Dancers, a guided tour of the flying foxes and an Aboriginal astronomy talk.

5.00: Event starts and introductions
5.15pm: Smoking ceremony
5.30pm: Welcome to Country
5.45pm: Waradah dancers
6.00pm: Sky Talks and appetisers served

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Free, registration required


The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre


All Randwick and Waverley residents


Public transport recommended. Limited parking available.