A healing corroboree at the foothills of Mount Gulaga, on Yuin country – in pictures
In Australia, as bushfires raged and drought cracked the land open, there was a stirring. On the New South Wales far south coast, cars carrying elders, children, songmen and women made their way off the dusty road that winds into the Central Tilba football ground. Looking over the gathering was Minga Gulaga (Mother Mountain). According to Yuin story, Gulaga is the sacred birthplace of the Yuin people. Indigenous people all over Australia gathered for a nationwide dance to heal the country. Dj...
In Australia, as bushfires raged and drought cracked the land open, there was a stirring. On the New South Wales far south coast, cars carrying elders, children, songmen and women made their way off the dusty road that winds into the Central Tilba football ground. Looking over the gathering was Minga Gulaga (Mother Mountain). According to Yuin story, Gulaga is the sacred birthplace of the Yuin people. Indigenous people all over Australia gathered for a nationwide dance to heal the country. Djiringanj elder Warren Ngarrae Foster said it was perfect timing because Minga Gulaga had been crying. ‘She has called her children back to come together at her feet to heal the spirit and country.’ Continue reading...