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In honour of National Sorry Day and Reconciliation Day
In recognition of Reconciliation and National Sorry Days, Jerrabomberra Wetlands will be hosting 3 free family mornings, where all ages can learn to throw a boomerang, paint a boomerang and learn about local bush tucker. The events will be held on 19th, 26th and 27th May and run by Ngunnawal man Richie Allen from Traditional Owners along with Wiradjuri man Adam Shipp from Yurbay Consulting.
For lunch, they will make a bush salad from foraged foods to go with damper, kangaroo, crocodile, barramundi, salad and roast vegetables. Enjoy hearing stories, history, knowledge and learning about the indigenous culture. The events will be held between 9:30am - 12:30pm.
This event is free and by RSVP only. If you book a place, please ensure you go, or let them know if you need to cancel, as they will be catering for the event. See the Jerrabomberra Wetlands website for details and bookings.