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Jamanee Gunya cultural camps by the beach

 

Overview

These five-day cultural camps aim to enhance the self-esteem and cultural pride of Indigenous young people, particularly those who may feel disconnected from or ashamed about their cultural identity.

The camps teach participants about Indigenous history and culture, and offer the opportunity to try activities such as:

The camps are held Jamanee Gunya bush camp on the New South Wales (NSW) south coast near the village of Milton.

Abstract adapted from Reconciliation Australia

Contacts

Noel Butler and Trish Roberts
Nuragunyu, incorporating Jamanee Gunya
501 Wheelbarrow Road
PO Box 4016
Burrill Lake NSW 2539
Ph: 0405 646 911

Louise Morgan
Ph: (02) 4455 2290

Naomi Dampney
Ph: 0401 317 812

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Last updated: 7 August 2013
 
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