Corroboree Sydney is a new way of celebrating Australia’s rich cultural heritage.
Over 11 days and nights in November 2013, leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, writers, dancers and musicians will showcase their creativity and share their stories. Presented at significant sites around the world-famous Sydney Harbour – from the nation to your neighbourhood – Corroboree Sydney offers a unique experience of Indigenous culture. Corroboree Sydney is the time and place to watch and listen, or sing and dance! You’re invited to join the celebration.
The Corroboree Sydney festival runs from from 14 to 24 November. There are a range of deadly events, from performances, guided walks and exhibitions to public talks, workshops and film screenings. Corroboree Central will be located at Pier 2/3 at Walsh Bay, and there will be a pop-up Corroboree Lounge at the State Library. Check out the Corroboree Sydney website to check out what’s on and to download the festival guide.