Saturday 26 May - Sunday 15 July 2018
The Gai-mariagal Festival (formerly the Guringai Festival) was founded in 2001 and aims to raise awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in the Northern Sydney region.
The festival starts on Sorry Day, 26 May and goes through the end of NAIDOC Week, the second week in July each year. The festival involves councils and numerous reconciliation and community groups. Events include workshops, art exhibition, performances, films, talks and more.
Events in the local area include:
- Weaving Bridges Project
- A Thousand Journeys - The Helen Read Collection - Exhibition
- Indigenous Walk
- Wetland Wonderland Walk
- Peninsula Community of Schools Art Show
- Dalang-gai Stories of Life Journeys
- Singing Up Country 2018 Presents: Rockafellas
More information on the Gai-mariagal Festival website.