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Cultural Camp – Murrayfield Bruny Island

Youth Mob

Murrayfield Camp, Bruny Island

Pack your gear, join an Aboriginal Elder, explore country, learn to weave, dive for seafood, explore Truganini’s country and much more.

The Shearer’s Quarters at Murrayfield are booked. Murrayfield has over 500 cultural sites and was originally the home of Truganini and her people the Nuennonne. Murrayfiled is a sheep station and recently independent control was given to local Aboriginal group Weetapoona Aboriginal Corporation

Youth Mob members need to bring all camping gear (e.g. sleeping bag/pillow, plate/bowl, cutlery/cup, including wetsuits/bathers/towel, sunhat/beanie and appropriate clothing). Elder Uncle Rodney Dillon will host us on his lands for the camp.

8 December 2023 – 9 December 2023

9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Meet at Bruny Island Ferry Terminal, Kettering, 9am, Friday, December 8. Back at the terminal Saturday, 4pm, December 9.

Limited free tickets HERE

To join Youth Mob check out the website: https://youthmob.com.au/

Non-Aboriginal people are welcome if they are supporting a young First Nations person.


We’d like to thank our funders for this project.