The Rocks Discovery Museum and Sydney Learning Adventures will be holding tours, exhibitions and activities to celebrate and show our support.
Giba-Nura: Aboriginal History & Heritage Tours
Giba means rock or stone and Nura means place or country in the language of the Gadigal people of the Eora nation, the original inhabitants of the Sydney basin.
Aboriginal education guides facilitate exploration of 'first contact', Aboriginal resistance to colonisation, and its impact on the Gadigal people from an Aboriginal perspective.
- 31st May - 10am -11.30am
- 2nd June - 10am - 11.30am
Numbers/groups capped @ 20
Love Endures All Obstacles - Kathryn Dodd Farrawell
Exhibition top floor Rocks Discovery Museum
- 27th May - 24th June 2022
Sea of Hands - Activity
Messages of Reconciliation – Sea of Hands.
Participants will design their own hand of reconciliation including a message under the theme: Be Brave. Make Change.
Drop in 28th & 29th May - 11am-1pm
Sea of Hands - Children's Activity
Under One Sky: Yesterday, Today and Forever - Finalists
In its 13th year, the Schools Reconciliation Challenge, is an annual art and writing competition across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
The competition asks students to create themed artworks or stories inspired by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, peoples and history.
27th May to 3rd June