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Y FESTIVAL - Sydney Living Museums · PDF fileDreaming Ceremony by Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness Nangmbi Muryira performed by Djaadjawan Dancers THE ESTATE ... FESTIVAL The annual

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  • We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which

    this meeting takes place, and pay respect to Elders both past and present.

    VAUCLUSE HOUSE SUNDAY 23 OCTOBER 10AM4PM

    WHALE FESTIVAL

    TAG US IN YOUR PHOTOS!

    @sydlivmus #whalefestival

    PROGRAM1 BEACH PADDOCK

    10.00 11.30am Welcome to country ceremony by Aunty Julie Freeman and Aunty Vivian

    Smoking Ceremony and Whale Dreaming Ceremony by Ngaran Ngaran Cultural Awareness

    Nangmbi Muryira performed by Djaadjawan Dancers

    THE ESTATE

    2 CARRIAGE LOOP11.30am 3pm Freds Cultural Cook Up

    11.30am 3pm Galambin and Orca invite kids to learn about whales

    3 COURTYARD11.30am 3pm What is a Midden?

    4 KITCHEN11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm Harbour Foodways with Jacqui Newling. Limit 40 people per group

    5 VAUCLUSE HOUSE WHALE TOURS12pm, 1.30pm, 3pm Guided house tours. Register at the welcome desk. Limit 20 people per tour

    GRAB A BITE TO EAT FROM THE FOOD TRUCKS AND COFFEE CART

    6 CARRIAGE LOOP10am-4pm: Freds Bush Tucker

    10am-4pm: The Crepe and Coffee Co.

    10am-4pm: Koffee Clan

    sydneylivingmuseums.com.au

    GOLD COIN ENTRY

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    Carved thousands of years ago into the landscape of the Vaucluse Estate are a range of ceremonial engravings depicting the southern migration of whales. These engravings not only tell a unique story about Aboriginal connections to Country but in recent times a story of cultural change as colonial occupation isolated these ceremonial places from Gadigal.

    WHALE FESTIVAL

    The annual Whale Festival encourages you to participate in a journey fostering relationships between Gadigal and Sydney Living Museums to preserve, interpret and share this heritage.

    The annual migration of Gawura, the Eora word for whale, signifies revitalisation and the birth of a new generation as

    the whales return to Guru, the deep waters of the southern seas. As part of the Sydney Living Museums Aboriginal Cultural Calendar, the Whale Festival hopes to reconnect country and people and reveal the enduring Aboriginal narratives of the Vaucluse Estate.

    LEGEND

    Welcome desk Gold Coin entry

    First aid

    Toilets

    BEACH PADDOCK

    Carpark Entry

    Olola Ave Entry

    PARKING

    CARRIAGE LOOP

    KITCHEN GARDEN

    COURTYARD

    VAUCLUSE HOUSE TEAROOMS

    VAUCLUSE HOUSE

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    VAUCLUSE HOUSE

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    House entry

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