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    Noongar Language Afterschool - Term 2

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    The Dylan's and their Noongar Language lessons are back at the Vic Park Community Centre for Term 2!

    Youngsters will learn Noongar language and culture through a range of fun games, songs, craft activities, storytelling, artefacts demonstrations and more!

    Term 2 will focus on body parts, animals and colours, whilst building upon the knowledge from previous terms. 

    We welcome both new and familiar faces, with the classes designed so that everyone will learn something new!

    The lessons are inclusive of Indigenous and non-Indigenous folks and offer a friendly, vibrant, hands on learning space to suit all ages and learning styles.

    Parents are welcome to join the kids for free.

    Dylan Collard of Kalyakoorl is a proud Wadjak Balardong Noongar man - local VP resident, primary teacher and language expert. These sessions are ran with the help of Dylan Shillito Stack (of Ngalak Nidja), a proud Wadjak Balardong Noongar man, performer, musician and artist.

    A huge thanks to the Town of Victoria Park and the Australian Neighbourhoods Houses and Centres Association for making these lessons possible in Term 2 2024.


    Thursdays, 4.00pm to 5.00pm

    T2: 2nd May - 27th June (starting week 3 of term 2)

    BREAK: 1 week mid term break on 30th May


    Vic Park Community Centre


    Free for all, but BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL


    6 - 12 year olds (approx.) - younger or older welcome too if they are keen

    Option for parents to 'drop and go' or stay and join in

    Please note:

    Some of the sessions will be photographed in order to record the moment and share with our community in the future, you will have the option to opt out.


    Vic Park Community Centre has step free access, a disabled toilet with baby change, access to outdoor space and gender neutral toilets.

    We will try our best to make our events inclusive of all, please email: if you have any questions or would like to flag any access or learning requirements.

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