CAAMA's Lorena Walker

Koori Radio & CAAMA Radio at 2018 Yabun Festival

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 9th February 2018
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Yabun Festival is the largest one day gathering and recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures in Australia, held annually on the 26 January upon the traditional lands of the Gadigal people in Sydney.

Established in 2001, Yabun (meaning ‘music to a beat’ in Gadigal language) is a free event that features live music, a bustling stalls market, panel discussions and community forums on Aboriginal issues, children’s activities, and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural performances.

This year, live broadcasts were brought to listeners across the country via Koori Radio and CAAMA.

CAAMA's Gilmore Johnston and Lorena Walker with Tanja Plibersek

CAAMA's Gilmore Johnston and Lorena Waker with Tanja Plibersek.

Some more photos from the day:

Yabun 2018

Yabun festival images

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