First Nations man and child looking and standing opposite each other

First Nations Story Telling

Friday 28 June – Sunday 30 June 2024


All ages and abilities welcome

Queensland Museum Rail Workshops, Power House Lawns

Free with museum entry. 
QMRW Members free (pass must be show on entry).

Australian traditional storytelling has been handed down from generation to generation. Since the beginning of time (the Dreaming) storytelling played a vital role in Australian Aboriginal Culture. Aboriginal children were told stories from a very early age; stories that helped them understand the air, the land, the universe, their people, their culture and their history .

Join Nunukul Yuggera for a storytelling session to learn about First Nations culture and language. Located in the shade, on the Power House lawns.

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