We were so caught up in the stories being shared, not just from the facilitators but by the kids too, that we didnt get much time for photos. But here is a hand carved Lyrebird, watching over the preceedings:
And at the end, under the watchful eye of parents, some of the participants got to feed the campfire and spend a little time, watching the flames.
We’d like to thank the Wurundjeri Land Council for coming out and holding some great workshops to teach us more about Aboriginal culture and stories.
Happy NAIDOC week!