Free activities to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people throughout the day will include bush tucker tasting, tool and jewellery making, a spear-throwing demonstration and traditional artefact displays.
The Aboriginal cultural experience session fee of $11 will be waived for the day, with a 2pm session to immerse participants in the world’s oldest living culture, and a 3pm didgeridoo and dance session.
Park marketing co-ordinator Jennifer Green said it would be an opportunity for everyone in the community to mark Naidoc week. ‘Come along and help us celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people,’ she said.
Call Yanchep National Park on 9303 7759 for details.