YINGABEAL: NAMING OF THE SONGLINE TREE AT HEIDE & FAMILY DAY

YINGABEAL: THE SONGLINE TREE AT HEIDE

YINGABEAL: THE SONGLINE TREE AT HEIDE (Photo: Fred Kroh 2011)

We are very excited to finally be naming this magnificent Aboriginal Scar Tree with a traditional Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony conducted by Wurundjeri Elder Uncle Bill Nicholson. Please join us for this historical occasion.Join us to celebrate one of the most important Wurundjeri scar trees in Melbourne.

This magnificent tree stands at the junction point of five traditional Wurundjeri songline routes. Wurundjeri Elder Uncle Bill Nicholson will conduct a traditional Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony and officially name the tree.

You will also be treated to a performance by One Fire Dance Troupe and discover fascinating facts about Wurundjeri movements across the land.

Kids will be entertained with storytelling and art activities.

In association with Wurundjeri Tribe Land Cultural Heritage Council and Manningham Reconciliation Inc.

06 OCTOBER 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, Venue Heide gardens, near upper car park -FREE
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HEIDE MUSEUM OF MODERN ART
7 Templestowe Road
Bulleen VIC 3105
T (03) 9850 1500

General enquiries info@heide.com.au

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