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A Corroboree will be held on Saturday 19 November as part of the Morpeth Bicentenary.

Morpeth (Illalaung) is place of significant importance for Wonnarua people, and as part of the Bicentenary commemorations a Corroboree be held on Saturday 20 November.

The Corroboree will be open to the whole community and will include a number of elements including Sorry Business, Elders from on and off Country and a public smoking ceremony.

Following the ceremony, the Corroboree will feature Aboriginal Dancers, live performances and cultural activities.

The Mindaribba Local Aboriginal Land Council have confirmed they welcome the inclusion of a Corroboree as part of the Morpeth Bicentenary Commemorations and explained the inclusion of a corroboree would be a positive opportunity to provide shared learnings and would contribute to the Aboriginal community feeling of safety.

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