Songlines: our languages matter

Join our celebration of NAIDOC Week and local Darug culture at Rouse Hill House & Farm. Be part of the smoking ceremony and welcome to country in the morning and afterwards take part in a range of family-friendly activities. 

Connect with the land through ochre painting workshops with artist Leanne Watson, try your hand at throwing a boomerang and discover the uses of this ancient tool, and learn how to speak the Darug language with Muru Mittigar cultural education officers.

Enjoy young dance troupe, Indigenous Connections interpreting their heritage through performance, and listen to contemporary Indigenous acoustic artists throughout the day. 

Join a volunteer from Birdlife Australia on a native bird-spotting tour of the surrounding landscape and learn more about the local habitat. 

Bring your own picnic or enjoy a barbecue cook up from Muru Mittigar. 

Presented in partnership with Muru Mittigar Aboriginal Cultural and Education Centre.

Free entry

When & Where

Sunday 9 July 2017 10AM–4PM

Rouse Hill House & Farm

356 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW 2155
+612 9627 6777