Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage Talk: Keeping Woollahra's Past Present - Aboriginal Community Connections and Heritage Protections

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Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage Talk: Keeping Woollahra's Past Present - Aboriginal Community Connections and Heritage Protections

Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage Talk: Keeping Woollahra's Past Present - Aboriginal Community Connections and Heritage Protections

26 Oct. 2021 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmTuesday 26 October 2021, 12:00pm-1:00pm

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Hear from Ray Ingrey of the Gujaga Foundation at La Perouse, along with Dr Paul Irish as they discuss why the Aboriginal past remains alive to Aboriginal people and is part of the shared history of Woollahra. The recently completed Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage Study has provided Council with tools to better understand and protect the Aboriginal heritage of the area. This talk will explain how that will work, what you can do, and why it is important to keep this part of Woollahra’s past present.

This is the third and final talk in the Woollahra Aboriginal Heritage talk series run in association with Woollahra Municipal Council's Aboriginal heritage study, undertaken by Coast History & Heritage in conjunction with La Perouse Local Aboriginal Land Council.

Cost: Free
Booking essential online

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More information:
Cost: (02) 9391 7100 library@woollahra.nsw.gov.au

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