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.
Darebin Arts Centre
Darebin Arts Centre, Corner St Georges Road & Bell Street, Preston