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Indigenous Education Resource

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Brand New Resource

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium are thrilled to announce the release of our Indigenous Booklets!

They're packed with fascinating information about Aboriginal culture. To make this possible, we teamed up with Wingura, a company based in Sydney that specializes in creating educational content about Aboriginal culture. The team at Wingaru went above and beyond to ensure that the communities whose land the attractions are located on were involved in the creation process. This way, the local communities have control over how their culture is shared, and they can continue to work in a way that is respectful and culturally safe. We're incredibly proud to be part of this initiative and we can't wait for you to get your hands on these amazing booklets!



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Celebrating NAIDOC Week at Sea Life Sydney Aquarium

Rain Dance Stick Craft Activity

We are excited to introduce our Rain Dance Stick Craft Activity, thoughtfully curated with the help of Sheree Oakwell, an Indigenous Educator. This engaging craft activity is designed for all ages and can be enjoyed at all our attractions. Dive into this hands-on experience and learn about the significance of rain dance sticks in Indigenous traditions.


Rain Dance Stick Craft Activity

Dugong Poster

Discover the cultural importance of dugongs to Indigenous Australians with our specially crafted Dugong Poster. Learn why these magnificent creatures hold a special place in Indigenous culture and how they are revered in traditional stories and practices.

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WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo Indigenous Resource

WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo is also announcing the release of their Indigenous resource. To celebrate Reconciliation Week, WILD LIFE Sydney Zoo Indigenous Resource will have 300 booklets to giveaway on Wednesday, May 31st.

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