Reconciliation Manningham Inc. together with


A GRAND STAND for the Environment Inc. & Manningham City Council


Present a cultural and environmental heritage event!


-Sharing Country-


The Yarra Valley was the Kakadu of the South!

Wednesday 4th November 2015 from 12.30 to 3 pm


Playhouse Theatre 675 Doncaster Rd.



You and your family will hear and experience:


● Local Aboriginal history, story and ceremony.


● How Wurundjeri people managed the environment.


● The Eight Wurundjeri Seasons in the Yarra Valley.


● The environmental management issues we face today.




Presenters include:


Wurundjeri Elder Uncle Bill Nicholson


Local author and historian Dr. Jim Poulter


Naturalist Don Butcher


Educational materials and a copy of Jim’s paper on the Eight Wurundjeri Seasons will be available free to all attending


Bookings are essential. Call Bridget on 9812 0588


This project made possible through the generous assistance


of Manningham City Council’s Small Grants Program


Sharing Country event 4 Nov 2015.pdf
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