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    NAIDOC Morning Tea

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    As part of NAIDOC week, we invite you to a Morning Tea with local and respected Elders at South Eveleigh.

    Aboriginal artist and activist, Aunty Kath Dodd Farrawell, a proud Kaanju-Birri woman, provides a strong connection to her culture through her award-winning artworks including ‘Connections To Our Elders’, a bespoke artwork commissioned with South Eveleigh and on display at 107 Projects South Eveleigh and as flag artwork throughout South Eveleigh. Aunty Kath and collaborators from The Glebe TreeHouse, will share her artistic process and beautiful corresponding poetry. Admire her artistry and have a yarn with the local Elders and South Eveleigh community.

    Enjoy tea and coffee with delectable treats prepared with love by Aunty Beryl Van-Oploo of Yaama Barrgay Catering, a proud Kamilaroi woman and culinary master and educator of Australian native foods.

      Please note:

      • Accessibility: Lift access available if required
      • Tickets are free and all ages are welcome. Children under 18 years old must be supervised by their parents/guardians for the duration of the activity. This is not a drop-off event. 
      • We will be capturing some photos & videos of the tour to be used on our digital channels. Please let us know on the day or email us at if you prefer not to be photographed.

      Parking: You can easily visit South Eveleigh via public transport - we're just a few minutes away from Redfern Station and various bus stops. Find out more here. 2 hours of free parking is available at the 2 Central Avenue Car Park with validation at one of the South Eveleigh retailers. 

      South Eveleigh acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which South Eveleigh stands today, the Gadigal of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

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