Survival Day 2018
All Australians are invited to come along to Benarrawa Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Solidarity Group local acknowledgement of Survival Day, January 26, 2018, for a short ceremony at the waters of the Benarrawa (Oxley Creek). On this day we celebrate the survival of the first peoples of this country, especially the people who lived, gathered, raised their families and cared for the waters and lands along the banks of the Brisbane River and Benarrawa (Oxley Creek).
When: Friday 26th of January 2018
Time: 7:15am for a 7:30am start
Where: gather at the bronze canoe, near Simpson’s Playground, end of Graceville Avenue, Graceville
What to bring: bring your clap sticks, a hat, native flowers to cast into the river at the end of the ceremony, a thermos of hot drink and a plate to share, after the ceremony. ALL WELCOME
This is an activity of the Benarrawa Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Solidarity Group, and supported by Benarrawa Community Development Association. Phone: 3379 9925