Wakulda has been launched as the focal event of the Port Macquarie bicentenary program screening nightly between 6-9pm from April 10-18 on the walls of the historic courthouse.
Meaning "as one" in Gathang, the language of the Birpai people, Wakulda centres on telling the stories of all who have walked this place.
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- Gumba a moving creative dance connecting our history to the land
- Wakulda: walking 'as one' in acknowledging our shared history
- Creatives to open studios and workshops in weekend event
- Tall ship Coral Trekker arrives to celebrate bicentenary
It will become a permanent fixture on the Historic Courthouse for viewing by locals, and a key attraction for visitors, following the conclusion of bicentenary events.
The stunning audio-visual presentation was launched by mayor Peta Pinson; Member for Cowper, Mr Pat Conaghan MP; and Her Excellency the Honourable Margaret Beazley AC QC, Governor of New South Wales.
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