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Murrabit Gunyah Woka – Cultural Immersion on Yorta Yorta country with Dylan Charles

MURRABIT GUNYAH WOKA
Cultural Immersion on Yorta Yorta country with Dylan Charles


In Aboriginal cultural traditions, knowledge is sacred and is passed on in whispers. 

Murrabit Gunyah Woka means to whisper and educate on country.

This cultural immersion with Yorta Yorta artist and cultural educator Dylan Charles, is a rare opportunity to walk alongside and learn about the traditional ways of life of his ancestors, the Yorta Yorta people.

The session is for the broader community and visitors to the region to connect with and learn about local First Peoples history and traditional knowledge of country.

Participants will also be introduced to Kaiela Arts gallery and studio and have a unique opportunity to experience and learn about art in the Southern Eastern regions of Australia.

Included in the experience:

  • Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony
  • Cultural education walk along the lake and river (approximately 1km along an accessible path)
  • Kaiela Arts gallery talk

Please note this cultural immersion is not suitable for children under 18 years of age as some sensitive topics and history will be discussed.

Photograph by Max Orter

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