The Yarrabilba area forms part of the broader cultural landscape of the Albert River catchment and Mt Tamborine area, an area which also contains archaeological and cultural sites including Bora Grounds that continue to be of high significance to Aboriginal people living in the region
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The size of the artefact scatter and variety of materials suggests traditional camping took place within the boundaries of the project area, with Traditional Pathways crossing the Coomera landscape.
The alignment for Stage 3A is proposed within a highly developed area but is also in proximity to the Jebbribillum Bora Ground, and the Bora Memorial Rock, which holds high archaeological, cultural, historic and aesthetic value to the traditional owners of the Gold Coast.
A single map cannot tell the whole story of an area, but each offers a unique and interesting perspective about its development.
Traditional Owners presented a gift of ochre, which had been collected from the Greenheart Reserve ochre site, for use during the week-long Artist Camp.
Our language is owned by our whole community and decisions on its use should rightfully be made by all of us.
An important opportunity for public engagement and education about an ancient local language and culture, which will be showcased in a readily accessible and contemporary setting.
Another successful workshop covering traditional skills and practices including ochre painting and stone tool manufacture, fire making and Piccabeen basket making.
Lots of fun and artistic talent on show at Jabree’s community workshop on the Gold Coast