Cruise aboard the Mari Nawi
Cruise the harbour aboard the Mari Nawi (Big Canoe) to Be-lang-le-wool (Clark island)
To celebrate NAIDOC week, cruise the harbour aboard the Mari Nawi (Big Canoe).
Hear stories of the Cadigal, Guringai, Wangal, Gammeraigal and Wallumedegal people of Sydney Harbour and learn the Aboriginal names and meanings of significant Sydney landmarks, before stepping ashore on Be-lang-le-wool (Clark island, National Park).
On the island, see pre-white settlement through our coastal lifestyle, uncovering traditional fishing methods and food gathering techniques, before participating in an exciting Aboriginal cultural performance.
Date: Sunday 8 July 2018, 2pm - 4pm.
Cost: Members $10, General $20.
Includes: Tea and coffee.
Sunday 8 July 10am - 4pm A day of creative cultural activities for all ages as we celebrate NAIDOC week at the museum.
Enjoy lively performances, artmaking activities, face painting, activity trails, and storytelling.
Opens 8 July This exhibition brings together some of Australia’s most renowned Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander female artists, leading practitioners in their fields of weaving and shell stringing.
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Australia National Maritime Museum
Every day 9.30 am - 5 pm
Extend to 6.00 pm in January
Closed Xmas Day 25 Dec.
2 Murrey Street
sydney NSW 2000, AU
+61 2 9298 3777