Ngunawal traditional engagements and world war
Set in the rich symbolic landscape that includes the National War Memorial and Anzac Parade at the base of Mt Ainslie, Ngunawal men, Wally and Tyronne Bell, talk of historical tribal conflict and their family’s involvement in two world wars. Their story introduces a broader discussion, with Dr Fiona Dyer, Dr Ken McQueen and Dr Karen Williams, about social relationships with country, territory, fighting and, ultimately, dying overseas.
|When:||Saturday 11 April 2015 10am-12 noon|
|Where:||The base of Mt Ainslie. Access off Treloar Crescent, Campbell. Meet in the carpark on Treloar Crescent, directly behind the Australian War Memorial.|
|Cost:||Gold coin donation.|