Please join us for this very special community session tomorrow Saturday 3 September at 2 pm in the Micro-Forest with Ngunawal Traditional Custodian Tyronne Bell.
Please bring your own picnic rug or fold out chair.
Tyronne will commence this session with a Welcome to Country. He will teach us about the cultural significance of the area and display traditional artefacts and stone tools, talking to us about their traditional uses.
Tyronne will also share with us the Ngunawal Language name that has been selected by Ngunawal Elders for our park.
This beautiful artwork has been developed for us by Ngunawal artists Jazz and Kristal from Wilay Designs. The design symbolises Ngunawal Country. The elements in the design represent waterways, animal and travelling tracks. The colours are inspired by the Ngunawal Country, our community gardens and the Holt Community.🖤