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The Campbelltown 2020 Yarning Circle

Submission closed on 30 June 2020

Have your say on the proposed design elements for The Campbelltown 2020 Yarning Circle to be built in Koshigaya Park Campbelltown.

Temporary yarning circle space 2020 activation on Fisher's Ghost Street Fair Temporary Yarning Circle space 2020 activation at Fisher's Ghost Street Fair

Yarning Circles are Aboriginal cultural spaces that have been used for thousands of years. A place to learn, build respectful relationships and to preserve and pass on cultural knowledge. They are also meeting places for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal communities to come together and have a good yarn.

What is the significance of the Campbelltown 2020 Yarning Circle?

The Campbelltown 2020 Yarning Circle represents a commitment to supporting and sharing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and acknowledges the connection between Campbelltown and Dharawal Country. It will be a significant and accessible meeting place for our local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities as well as the wider Campbelltown community. A place to talk, share, discuss, educate and have a yarn together.

Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Campbelltown City Council

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We want to hear from you

Download the Yarning Circle Consultation Booklet(1MB, PDF) which is on public exhibition until Tuesday 30 June 2020.

Have your say

Submissions have now closed.

Enquiries:

Council’s Events and Activation Coordinator, Michelle Sheehan on 02 4645 4517

Council's Aboriginal Community Development Coordinator, Deb McCall on 02 4645 4359

Submissions closed: Tuesday 30 June 2020.

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