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Clem Newchurch shares knowledge of artefacts and tools that have been handed down through his family for several generations. Clem also continues cultural practices in a contemporary setting and talks about making his own tools and craft pieces, similar to that of his ancestors. Clem explains his love of fishing, which he believes is culturally significant, catching a feed using modern methods but ensuring the catch is shared with his Elders, in line with the traditional protocols of his people. Ages 5+
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in Domain Theatre
Across the ocean, over Witchcraft Mountain, turn left at the rainbow and that’s where you will find Enchanted Island. Usually a serene place but now ...
Australia Day, practice to party Aussie style.
Join us for a walking tour of Tonsley. This tour will give an overview of the site’s mixed use design with businesses, residential and community ...