Aboriginal cultural practitioners Milan Dhiiyaan
Aboriginal cultural practitioners Milan Dhiiyaan Image: Colleen-Ara Palka Raven Strangways
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Winhangadurinya is a Wiradyuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting.

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to First Nations culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world.

Sit with us a while and be refreshed. Let our connection to ancient ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over 12 years old who can sit still and quiet for long periods are also welcome.

Facilitated by Milan Dhiiyaan.

The workshops take place on:

  • Saturday 22 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 23 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Wednesday 26 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Saturday 29 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm
  • Sunday 30 January
    10.30am-1pm | 2pm-4.30pm

Redeem your Dine & Discover vouchers towards Australian Museum membership, event tickets and at the Billabong cafe and No.1 William restaurant.

Dine & Discover vouchers are available to redeem in person only.

Please refer to the AM's refund policy here. Discounted Members tickets will be verified with Members registered for Family Membership benefits. Members Benefits are for registered Members only (kids and /or adults).

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