Thank you to all of you who have supported Corroboree Sydney!

Together we created two wonderful festivals and even though Corroboree Sydney is no longer, we look forward to continuing to celebrate and share Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture through the inspiring work of our Elders, artists, dancers, musicians and writers. Corroboree Sydney acknowledges and pays respect to the Gadigal people for their ongoing custodianship of the lands and waters of Sydney city. This is Gadigal land, always was, always will be.

The WugulOra Indigenous Ceremony is a special moment to celebrate Australia’s traditional landowners on Australia Day. WugulOra is a word belonging to the Eora people meaning “One Mob”, which promotes and acknowledges the special place that Indigenous Australians hold and have always held in this country.

The ceremony will commemorate the start of Australia Day on 26 January at the Northern Boardwalk of the Sydney Opera House and is free for all to enjoy. For more information, please visit…/wugulora-indigenous-cerem…/

Photo by David Clare

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Corroboree Sydney added 53 new photos to the album: Best of Corroboree 2014.
November 30, 2014

Photo credit: James Morgan

Corroborre is going out with a Bangarra tonight....

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Bangarra Dance Theatre to Bangarra celebrates 25 years! FREE EVENT

TODAY IS THE DAY! Share your #Bangarra experience this evening by tagging @bangarradancetheatre and #bangarra25 on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook to go in the ...draw to win a limited edition Bangarra t-shirt designed by Jacob Nash with a Bangarra photographic book!
The winner will be drawn on Wednesday 3 December 2014.
See you soon to celebrate!

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It's our last day! We would like to thank everyone who has volunteered or visited and made Corroboree Sydney 2014 such a great success!

There's a lot on for our final day, but make sure you get down to the Sydney Opera House steps at 6:30pm to help the Bangarra Dance Theatre celebrate their 25th birthday with an incredible free performance. Appearances from Christine Anu, Deborah Mailman and the NSW Public School Aboriginal Dance Company are sure to make this an unforgettable... night.

So bring the family down, pack a picnic and join us in finishing off on a high note!

Fore all the info on the last day of events, head to:!/events/30/all/all

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Welcome to the weekend! Corroboree Sydney has been a great success so far and as we enter our final weekend we've got lots of exciting things to see and do.

Start off your day at Art Gallery of New South Wales and check out the Corroboree Cafe. Sample our great 'bushfood' inspired menu and enjoy live music from contemporary Indigenous musicians.

If you're a more hands-on person, there is a special Bark Boat Building demonstration at Australian National Maritime Museum. It's... a great chance to learn about some incredibly important traditions. The demonstration starts at 11am.

Plus, there are so many films, talks, musical performances and lessons being held over the weekend and you can find out all the information you need at:!/events/29/all/all

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It’s Friday! And there’s no better way to celebrate the start of the weekend than checking out our events today.

Join respected community leader Millie Ingram for morning tea and a tour of the Sydney Opera House or take the kids to Corroboree Kids (aged 1-3) at the Australian Museum for a fun day of songs, dance and painting.

There are a range of great Indigenous films running at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia presented by Blackfella Films and the Sundance Institute .


If you're looking for some wicked humour, check out ARTBAR at The Museum of Contemporary Art, where Destiny Deacon will cover big topics with a great perspective. ARTBAR starts at 7pm.

For times and info about all of today's events check out!/events/28/all/all

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A couple more shots from Hetti and Adam's great conversation yesterday.

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Australian of the year, Adam Goodes and Hetti Perkins, following their talk at the Art Gallery of New South Wales yesterday.

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Good morning! There’s plenty of activities on today as we get closer to the final weekend of Corroboree 2014.

Start the day with an Elder's Circle tour of the Australian Museum with Charles Madden, starting at 11am. And while you're at the museum, check out the Sea Country exhibit that is open all day, it's a great opportunity to experience the deep connection between Indigenous Australians and the coast.

And if you're looking for something to do at night head down to The R...ocks Boatshed for Klub Koori where Elaine Crombie and Krista Pav will be performing, it's free all night and starts at 6:30,

For all the info on all of toda's events visit!/events/27/all/all

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Join respected senior community leader and Corroboree Sydney Council of Elders member Millie Ingram for a special tour and morning tea this Friday, 10:30am at the Sydney Opera House. Be quick! Limited places remain for this final Elder's Circle. To book please email

Venue: Sydney Opera House
Dates: 28th November
Times: 10.30 - 12.30pm
Cost: Free

We are pleased to welcome members of the National Indigenous Festivals Forum today. We are excited to share our thoughts and ideas with these respected guests from across Australia.