Makarrata Garden Tarrangower

Things to do, Exhibitions Free
Aunty Marilyne Nicholls and Forest Keegel - Makarrata Garden Tarrangower
Photograph: Julie Millowick

[Sponsored] Discover more about Maldon's native wildlife and the history of its first nations people

Discover more about Australia's native fauna at Makarrata Garden Tarrangower: a community sculpture project researching and educating locals on the powerful owl and tuan (brush-tailed phascogale). The project also aims to further the history and living culture of the local Dja Dja Wurrung people through a series of events happening between July and November 2018. 

All events taking place as part of Makarrata Garden Tarrangower are free or by gold coin donation. The program includes talks, weaving workshops, exhibitions, smoking ceremonies and a seasonal feast. The program is open to people from all walks of life who are looking to discover more about the powerful owl, tuan and the history of Maldon prior to the gold rush. 

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