Brambuk Summer Series 2021-22

Parks Victoria

This summer, enrich your visit to Gariwerd by hearing the stories, songs and insights into the cultures of Gariwerd’s First Peoples.

Brambuk: the National Park and Cultural Centre is hosting a range of cultural activities on selected Saturdays during December and January, giving you the opportunity to experience first-hand the living culture of Gariwerd’s Traditional Owners.

The activities will include live music performances for small, intimate audiences by Dave Arden, Amos Roach and Brett Clarke, amongst others. A series of interactive workshops will feature traditional basket weaving, dance, learning songs in language, and incorporating storytelling into painting.

So pick the date and time that suits you – and get yourself to Halls Gap this Summer for a Gariwerd experience you’ll never forget!

The December 2021 program is listed below. Stay tuned for more activities to be held in January – to be released in coming weeks!

Bookings are essential as tickets are limited and cost is FREE. See links to ticket bookings below.

DateActivityTimesEventbrite booking links
Saturday 4 Dec 2021Live music with Gunditjmara/Kirrae Whurrong songman, Brett ClarkeSmall, intimate 1-hour concert at 1pm or 3pm
Cultural Basket Weaving and Bowl Making with Djab Wurrung Traditional Owner, Rebecca Jakobi2-hour interactive workshop at 10am or 1pm
Saturday 11 Dec 2021Live music with Gunditjmara/Kokatha singer and songman, Dave ArdenSmall, intimate 1-hour concert at 1pm or 3pm
Storytelling Through Art with Gunditjmara visual artist, Sherry Johnston2-hour interactive workshop at 10am or 1pm
Saturday 18 Dec 2021Live music with local legend Gunditjmara man, Andy Alberts & the Walkabouts Small, intimate 1-hour concert at 1pm or 3pm
Kirrae Whurrong Traditional Culture, Language and Dance workshop with Brett Clarke2-hour interactive workshop at 10am or 1pm

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