Southeast Harvest Festival - Moruya

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

Friday 11 March to Saturday 01 April 2017

The Southeast Harvest is held in Moruya every autumn to showcase the harvest of the southeast region of New South Wales.
In 2017 they are thrilled to be collaborating and co-creating with the local Walbunja People – the first farmers in this region.
For the first time in 2017, the festival will be held in the traditional seat of agricultural exhibition in the district - Moruya Showgrounds.
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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