Families can experience the joys of Narana, one of Victoria’s premier Indigenous centres, during the upcoming Easter holidays.
Children will be intrigued and entertained as they learn about the world’s oldest living culture in a new school holiday program from 1.30pm on Tuesday 16 April.
Participants will enjoy an Indigenous cultural artefacts talk, play traditional Aboriginal games, learn to throw and paint a boomerang, and enjoy a bush tucker tasting.
A stroll through Narana’s Curragundi Native Garden Walk will demonstrate traditional bush medicine and food before the participating children get to hand-feed and pat the resident kangaroo, wallabies and emus.
The fun, interactive and educational family activity program is suitable for all ages and costs just $22. Limited spots available, so bookings are essential.
Narana also offers a delicious all-day menu, or customers can enjoy coffee with an indigenous inspired cake by Café Narana’s fire or outside in the sunshine.
Narana’s gallery boasts an extensive collection of collectable art from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander emerging and established artists.
Kids can also explore an adventure playground or join parents to inspect the treasures in Narana’s retail store.
Program bookings are available by phoning 5241 5700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.