Southeast Harvest Festival - Moruya

Bindarray Jiibiny – Walbunja/Gumbayggirr man stands in a contemporary market garden

Event dates to be confirmed: March 2018

The Southeast Harvest is held in Moruya every autumn to showcase the harvest of the southeast region of New South Wales.
In the Showground Pavilion, learn from a diverse collection of speakers on their theme: First Farmers to Future Harvests – bringing together local knowledge holders in Aboriginal and contemporary food production and harvest.
Bindarray jiibiny - Walbunja/Gumbayggirr man - will share knowledge and perform dance around the hunter-gatherer theme.
There will be children’s activities, a large array of interactive stalls featuring local produce and locally made delicacies. See displays and demo’s on topics from herb growing to chook tractors and bee-keeping.
Businesses with a focus on sustainable living also participate, providing information and products to help improve your house and garden and green your lifestyle.

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