The Education Room Gets a Facelift

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Over the past few weeks, Waradah Aboriginal Centre has undertaken refurbishments to it’s Education Room, to the value of $10,000.

These include:

  • Five 42 inch screens featuring videos of Kevin Rudd’s apology, interviews with Elders and Indigenous artists painting on canvas.

  • Audio visual guides replacing plaques explaining the various Aboriginal tools and weapons.
  • The Australian, Aboriginal and Torres Island flags added to the garden wall.

  • Additional Garden Wall and aged wood framing around information posters.

The changes are designed to make the room both visually more appealing and provide self-guided tours for domestic and International visitors.

Students visiting Waradah as part of our Education Package are able to see first hand how the Aboriginal tools and implements are traditionally used and hear Indigenous elders’ stories and lore.

For further information regarding our Student Packages, visit our Education Page or send your query to our Sales Team via our Contact Page.

Bonnie Dastyari – Marketing, Gallery and Education Manager