Yumi Wansolwara (we are one) draws on our unique oceanic culture, custom, dances, songs, and traditional art forms based on our deep traditional knowledge (TK) from Australia’s Melanesian region.
As we reflect, respect, and celebrate diverse cultures of Aboriginal mainland, Torres Strait Islands, Australian South Sea Islander and Pacific Island nations of Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Caledonia.
We “Welkam” (welcome) families to BYO kaikai (food) or purchase from surrounding cafés, all Australians from all walks of life to join us for a fun afternoon of cultural exchange with our reggae, soul, funk music performances by the scenic harbour at Pirrama Park just a stone throw away from the Darling Harbour precinct.
Tables, chairs and matts provided for early birds.
Pirrama Park is Sydney's best kept secret on the traditional lands of the Gadigal.