Guringai Festival

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The Guringai Festival is an annual celebration of indigenous culture and heritage, starting in May with National Sorry Day and running until the end of NAIDOC Week in July. The festival raises awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in this region of northern Sydney, once inhabited by the Guringai tribe, and the need to close the gap in health and wellbeing between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. Events include workshops, art exhibitions and children's performances, with a focus on reconciliation.

For more information visit the Guringai Festival website.

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