Category Archives: Australian Aboriginal

Seasons & Cycles

Nature-Based Walk & Talks – Aboriginal Guides – Free Activity This Sunday 25 August, the final ‘Seasons & Cycles’ nature-based walk & talks for 2013 will take place at Gibberagong, Bobbin Head in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park from 10am – … Continue reading

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Beautiful Bidjigal

DFE’s newest contract: Bidjigal Reserve- Powerful Owl Habitat Restoration in North Rocks NSW.

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Free Movie in Lane Cove Sydney Australia www.guringaifestival.com.au ‘Freedom Ride – 40 Years On’

NORTHERN SYDNEY GURINGAI FESTIVAL: 2011 Theme – ‘One Voice’ http://www.guringaifestival.com.au *Lane Cove Residents for Reconciliation presents: A Screening of ‘Freedom Ride – 40 Years On’ *Date: Tuesday, 21 June (7pm for 7.30pm – 9.30pm) *Venue: Community Centre (Lower Level & … Continue reading

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Beyond White Guilt 1 June at Gleebooks & Reconciliation Week Event:3 June & Navi Pillay, Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney

From: Sabine Kacha To: Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney Sent: Monday, May 30, 2011 8:03 PM Subject: Beyond White Guilt 1 June at Gleebooks & Reconciliation Week Event:3 June & Navi Pillay Dear All, For anyone interested: Sarah Maddison was … Continue reading

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Collective Consciousness and Midich Cookoos

In early high school – age around 12 – we had to read a book called the Midich Cookoos. A key theme was that the particular set of Children born had the ability to know something and be able to … Continue reading

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Aboriginal Cycles and the Blooming of the Gymea Lily

The Season of Marraigang Bana’marrai’yung – wet, becoming cooler The D’harawal are some of the First People in what’s now called Australia. D’harawal are one of the Peoples of the greater Sydney area. D’harawal and any other Aboriginal Peoples (Koories … Continue reading

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‘FROM LITTLE THINGS BIG THINGS GROW: Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920 – 1970’ Exhibition in Sydney

‘FROM LITTLE THINGS BIG THINGS GROW: Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920 – 1970’ VENUE: Museum of Sydney, Cnr Bridge & Phillip Streets, Sydney (nr Circular Quay): Open daily 9.30am – 5pm. EXHIBITION: 19 FEBRUARY to 8 MAY 2011 (Launched 24 … Continue reading

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Wet Full Moon Aboriginal Australian Wisdom Shared

On Sunday I was at a Community Event that was part of the Seasons and Cycles Program A program funded by the Hawkesbury Nepean Catchment Management Authority. With an original focus on Biodiversity (bio = life) so the diversity of … Continue reading

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Full Moon is coming, Global Migrations and Teachings from the Darkingung Peoples

NB visit this one again as I’ll get some photos in With the coming of the Full Moon it is time to reflect on the goals and visions set at the last New Moon. A time to celebrate all fulfilled … Continue reading

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Heavy Mist or Ancients – Australia Day Sydney

Today despite it being warm and not particularly humid a thick mist sat heavily on the beaches. Today being Australia Day – a day to celebrate all things Australian including the wonderful Original Peoples of this Land the many ‘Countries” … Continue reading

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