Yhurramuulun Murra Trail

This project aims to establish a trail that shares Ngunnawal stories , art and language. Celebrate and strengthen cultural heritage and promote the wider understanding of the local Ngunnawal stories. Ngunnawal cultural educator Richie Allan will identify significant indigenous sites located on the route Richie will share stories and indigenous insights about these sites. 4 Ngunnawal artists will create site specific artworks respond to these sites. A toolkit and resource pack will be available to download from website for self guided tours. Ngunnawal Cultural Educator Richie Allen will host 4 public tours during the Heritage Festival. This project is has been funding through ACT Heritage Grant 2019. 

ABOUT THE PROJECT

Sullivans Trail is a public and history project developed to engage the community with the waterways through Canberra. Linking 'Our Mountains to Our Lake'  through the creation a cultural and creative corridor. Celebrate and strengthen cultural heritage and promote the wider understanding of the culture of indigenous and non-indigenous communities through stories collecting and place activation along the route. This project gives us the opportunity to  threading people, place, animals and birds and plants, landforms and weather into a single spool.  A cultural and art trail for our visitors to explore, for our residence to travel through and engage with, creating public ‘places of the soul’ that uplift and help us connect with people and place.

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