Time and again, the traditional land, the way of life and culture of the Aboriginal communities have come under immense pressure. In this backdrop the activities of daily life of the Aboriginal owners of this land is a powerful reminder of their continuing coexistential relationship with the land. Bush trips for bush tucker gathering, kangaroo and wild turkey hunting, cooking in ovens dug into earth, the need to sleep outside under the stars. Their connection to land both physically and spiritually is undeniable.
Manning Clark House, 11 Tasmania Circle Forrest Sunday 7 April at 4:30pm. Bookings 02 6295 1808 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry $15/7 members & concession