All welcome to this annual event to remember the Dharawal people killed in the massacre of 1816. View post
This will be the 10th Anniversary of this ceremony and we look forward to a special event this year. At the suggestion of Aunty Val Mulcahy and the Wingecarribee Aboriginal Advisory Committee a plaque is being unveiled to on this occasion to commemorate Arthur Beasley OAM, who initiated this Annual Koori Flagraising Ceremony.
Each year we extend a welcome to any Gundungurra and all other Koori people, and to all others who share the goal of reconciliation who might wish to participate in the ceremony. To get to nin garang thurree currobung please proceed to the entrance to the Reserve at Boronia St and walk towards Cherry Tree rest area on the Gang Gang Track. (Approximately 2 kms walk time one hour comfortably on fire trails.) A guide will leave from here around 2.00pm. Alternatively proceed to the Howards Lane, Welby entrance, past Howards Lane Vineyard and walk to Cherry Tree rest area. (Approximately 1 km, 40 minutes walk time (initially somewhat steep fire trail then levelling out.) Maps will be available. For people who may have difficulty with the walk in a bus will be able to take people from the Boronia St car park to nin garang thurree currobung and return. Please contact email@example.com or phone 0409463123 if you require a lift.
These students have been busy working on their Schools Reconciliation Challenge entries! View post
NSWRC has launched its campaign calling for the Aboriginal flag to be a permanent feature on the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Sydney Harbour receives around 3 million international visitors every year many of whom are genuinely interested in Aboriginal culture. View post
Please take the time to show your support and solidarity for this wonderful organisation by joining them in their walk to petition its closure. The march will take place on Friday the 4th December, meeting at 10am at the fountain in Hyde Park. Supporters will be walking to the New South Wales Parliament House to hand deliver a petition. Don't have time to walk? Sign the petition online View post
Today the NSW Reconciliation Council launches its new book club: Book Yarn View post
Technology is creating new opportunities for reconciliation in NSW.
Online communities are influencing the real world in ways previously thought impossible. View post