A Cultural Experience with Liz

Come and listen to Elizabeth(Liz) Holden speak of her humble beginnings and her family's traditional nomadic life on the beaches of the Macleay. 

You will be captivated by her stories as she  tells of how life was working the beaches, fishing, collecting sea worms & pipis. Learn how Liz's early life taught her how to respect & live off the land.

Liz has been a Ngaku Elder of the Dunghutti Nation for over 15 years. The Dunghutti Nation are the proud native people of the Macleay Valley Region.

Liz, a Ngaku Elder

Time: 11am
Venue: Camp Kitchen
Dates: First Thursday of the month and Wednesday Afternoons @ 3pm in the School Holidays.

Come and listen to Elizabeth(Liz) Holden speak of her humble beginnings and her family's traditional nomadic life on the beaches of the Macleay. 

You will be captivated by her stories as she  tells of how life was working the beaches, fishing, collecting sea worms & pipis. Learn how Liz's early life taught her how to respect & live off the land.

Liz has been a Ngaku Elder of the Dunghutti Nation for over 15 years, who are the proud native people of the Macleay Valley Region.Liz has dedicated her adult life to supporting her Aboriginal community & writing the indigenous education program for the state government.

Liz has a unique & captivating knowledge of the region and its edible bush tucker along with the Aboriginal history of this park and the region. 

These stories are known to few and are a stark contrast of how we live today. 

Join Liz as she takes you through a journey of time & revel in the stunning history of the Macleay Valley, BIG4 Sunshine & the life of an extraordinary woman.

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Call: 1300 509 649

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