Fed Square hosts a warm and welcoming Indigenous campfire throughout August
The communal fire has always been central to the culture of the people of the Kulin Nations (the traditional owners of this land). This month, a large campfire will appear in Fed Square and burn for three weeks in August, symbolising a coming together of cultures and a sharing of stories and songs.
Festivities will begin with a Welcome to Country on Saturday August 5. Then, selected evenings will feature activities and storytelling for kids, plus live music and spoken word performances.