The estimated age of one scarred tree suggests the tree was used by someone on the Gold Coast in the late 1800s or early 1900s.
With excellent support from the City of Gold Coast, Jabree has helped provide funding for four local NAIDOC projects this year, with the last event taking place at Pimpama Primary College during the first week of the new school term. Grant recipient Yugerapul Munanjali, led by Gold Coast Traditional Owner Doug Sandy, provided a traditional…
On Tuesday 4 July, Jabree held a very successful community day at the Gold Coast and Hinterland Historical Society with a hands-on cultural workshop run by local Aboriginal artist, Rick Roser, and a traditional didgeridoo and dance performance by NAIDOC grant recipient, Yugerapul Munajali. We’d like to thank everyone who joined us in celebrating NAIDOC…
On Monday 17 July, the Jabree team oversaw some truly amazing works to transport and display a scarred Ironbark trunk at the new Helensvale Light Rail Station. The 2.1 tonne scarred Ironbark trunk was originally found (with the rest of the tree) about 200 metres south of its new position. As part of the Cultural…
Jabree is proud to be working with the City of Gold Coast to support community initiatives and activities as part of NAIDOC Week celebrations
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The unfinished business of the Bringing them home report is not just about healing, but about dealing with the impacts of separation.
Importantly, the City is also seeking input into the desired future role of traditional owners in contributing to the Gold Coast’s transition to a water sensitive city over the next 20-50 years.
Download the application form here! Applications close at 5pm on Friday 2 June 2017.
A single map cannot tell the whole story of an area, but each offers a unique and interesting perspective about its development.