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Harbour Cruise: Aboriginal Perspectives of Sydney Harbour

The cruise takes visitors to Clark Island (Be-lang-le-wool), where you’ll learn about traditional navigation, fishing methods and food gathering techniques.

When: Sunday, August 11 2019. 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
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Where: Australian National Maritime Museum
1 Murray Street, Sydney, NSW, 2776
Topic: Archaeology and antiquity, Environment and nature
Cost: $55 General; $45 Concession; $20 Student
Bookings: 02 9298 3777
info@sea.museum
https://www.sea.museum/whats-on/events/harbour-cruise-aboriginal-perspectives-of-sydney

The cruise takes visitors to Clark Island (Be-lang-le-wool), where you’ll learn about traditional navigation, fishing methods and food gathering techniques.

During the cruise, the Mari Nawi‘s Aboriginal crew will share fascinating stories of Sydney Harbour’s Gadigal, Guringai, Wangal, Gammeraigal and Wallumedegal people plus explanations of their names for significant landmarks.

This cruise is part of the museum’s National Science Week program and is made possible thanks to the Department of Industry, Innovation & Science.

Contact details:

Peter Tattersall
Australian National Maritime Museum
Email: info@sea.musuem
Phone: 02 9298 3777

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