Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary launches Ngulli Nyeumba Indigenous Education Amphitheatre
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, as part of National Trust of Australia (Queensland) (NTAQ) launched their new Ngulli Nyeumba Amphitheatre where local and international students will be immersed in Indigenous culture.
The name Ngulli Nyeumba means “we teach” in the local Yugambeh language, and the artwork for the amphitheatre was created by proud Yugambeh man, Luther Cora.
“The artwork represents people from all journeys of life gathering together to share stories and inspire each other, and symbolises the importance of this place” said Luther Cora.
The launch took place on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Children’s Day on Friday 4 August, with Karen Andrews MP Member for McPherson, Jann Stuckey MP Member for Currumbin and Borobi the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games mascot all in attendance.
National Trust of Australia (Queensland) announced their commitment to develop and implement their Reconciliation Action Plan.
National Trust of Australia (Queensland) has a long standing commitment to Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community, people and culture, and is committed to building on existing relationships and creating further opportunities for world-class recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.
Paul Guerin, General Manager of Education, Creative and Community Engagement said “We believe our Reconciliation Action Plan will help to not only bridge the gap but make new connections with people from all over the world.”