Be immersed in a Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Welcome Ceremony at Ngulu Nganjin. Hosted by Jack Charles and featuring performances by the Djirri Djirri Dance Group followed by a live music program headlined by nationally renowned Aboriginal singer/songwriter Isaiah Firebrace performing together with Kee'ahn and local primary school students, plus much more.
This event is free entry.
The inaugural Ngulu Nganjin will take place on 1 September 2019, to coincide with Wattle Day. While not currently formally celebrated, Wattle Day is a celebration of hope and common purpose that dates back more than eighty years and is a part of Australia's history. This date was proposed for the event as it conjures the optimism, colour and abundance of Spring, as well as Australia’s environment and history.