Ngulu Festival

Thanks to a Victorian Government grant for preserving Indigenous Languages, we have been working on Identifying and signing as much of ECOSS as possible in the Critically Endangered Woi Wurrung Language of the Wurundjeri People. Working together with HICSA we have undertaken a Cultural Audit to ensure that we are using Best practice in respecting and honouring our Indigenous Families and Land. We are very grateful for the opportunity to celebrate this amazing project with you in the form of the Ngulu Festival to be held at ECOSS on May 26th- Sorry Day.
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This event offers you a deep and beautiful Wayapa Wuurrk process with Michelle Atwell, local Indigenous woman. Wayapa Wuurrk is a mindfullness and movement process that helps you connect to country whether you’re indigenous or not.

We will also have a Welcome to Country Ceremony with Aunty Kim Wandin, local Wurundjeri Elder.

We will have a native bush meats BBQ, and home made soup, tea and coffee available for sale.

The creshendo of the day will be listening to the soul moving tunes of the highly regarded Kutcha Edwards.

Pre-purchase of tickets recommended.

Parking will be opposite ECOSS in the Wesburn Oval carparking spaces.

Ngulu Festival May 26th

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Event description
Ngulu Festival Honouring Sorry Day & The Indigenous Community

Sunday May 26th 1-5pm.

Ngulu Festival presented by Yarra Valley ECOSS & Sponsored by The Victorian Government Multi Cultural Commission. Is the Official Opening for the ‘Woiwurrung Translations signage’ displayed around ECOSS to help preserve the critically endangered Woiwurrung language of the local Wurundjeri people.

The day will comprise of Indigenous performers such as Kutcha Edwards.

Welcome to Country with Aunty Kim Wandin

Wayapa Wuurrk workshop and more….