New Eora walk for Sydney

The City of Sydney has announced a new 9km harbour walk that draws attention to First Nations stories along the city’s famous shoreline.

Independent Aboriginal curator Emily McDaniel will curate a series of interconnected stories and artworks along Sydney Harbour foreshore, from the Australian National Maritime Museum in Tumbalong (Darling Harbour) to Woolloomooloo Bay.  

Lord Mayor Clover Moore said the foreshore walk reflects the City’s longstanding commitment to honouring the First Peoples of Australia. ‘Our community has told us resoundingly they want to hear Indigenous stories and see them embedded into our city,’ said Moore.

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