Throughout the dry seasons of Yegge, Wurrgenng and Gurung visitors have had the opportunity to take part in traditional painting and weaving activities with Indigenous artists and the experience has been overwhelmingly positive for all. They’ve had a great time – and we’ve loved hearing that!
Visitors from as far afield as Tassie, Perth, France and the US tried their hand at techniques including making traditional brushes from native reeds. All ages enjoyed taking part though the adults found it was harder than it looked.
The workshops are part of the seasonal ranger program which runs from around May to October each year. If you missed them this year we’d love to welcome you next year. There’ll be guided walks and talks, slideshow screenings and plenty more.
Sarah, Kakadu National Park
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