Dhungala Festival

Dhungala Festival

dhungala festival

The Spirit of Water

10th Anniversary of the Murray Lower Darling Rivers Indigenous Nations

Hosted by the Yorta Yorta Nation

8-13 DECEMBER 2008 ECHUCA/MOAMA

8-12 December 2008

Photographic Exhibition: Indigenous Peoples on the Murray: Old Echuca Courthouse

Tours of Barmah Forest

Friday 12 December 2008

Symposium – The Spirit of Water: Aquatic Reserve

Yorta Yorta Short-film Screening

Saturday 13 December 2008

Cultural Day: Hopwood Gardens and Old Echuca Courthouse

MLDRIN Dinner and Awards

Performances by Lou Bennet, Shellie Morris, Kutcha Edwards and other local Yorta Yorta Artists

For details of events and to become involved contact

Steven Ross: 0428 292 506. Full story

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