Emu Park, 14 November 2021

Emu Park, QLD, Darumbal Country The Emu Park Cultural Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Darumbal People. The Emu Park Cultural Hall is centrally located in the middle of the seaside township of Emu Park, a quaint but vibrant village that boasts picturesque parks and crystal blue waters just 20km outside of Yeppoon…

Koah, 18 November 2021

Koah Hall, Qld, Buluwai, Djabugay and Yirrgay Country The Koah Hall stands on the traditional lands of the Buluwai People, the Djabugay People and the Yirrgay People. Koah is a lovely rural locality in Far North Queensland, positioned uniquely between the lush rainforests of the Great Dividing Range behind Cairns and the gateway to the…

Innisfail, 19 November 2021

Innisfail, Qld, Mamu Country The Innisfail Shire Hall stands on lands traditionally owned by the Mamu People. Innisfail is a small town, famous for its sugar and bananas but mostly for its lush green surrounds that come from holding the title (fiercely contested by neighbouring villages Babinda and Tully) of one of Australia’s wettest towns. …

Bluewater, 20 November 2021

Bluewater, Qld, Bindal and Wulgurukaba Country The Bluewater Community Centre stands on the traditional lands of Bindal and Wulgurukaba People Sitting on azure waters at the gateway to Far North Queensland’s Great Green Way, the sprightly Bluewater Community Centre is almost 30 years old. While the land is owned by the local council, it’s leased…