Wagga Corroboree sees Indigenous Australian culture unite with Wagga community to promote respect

Jessica McLaughlin
By Jessica McLaughlin
Updated October 27 2019 - 9:52am, first published 4:17am
CULTURAL PRIDE: Caius Mescia 11, and Eddie Whyman are proud to show the city a side to their culture not seen for more than 100 years.

Wagga's first corroboree in more than 150 years took place at the weekend in a celebration of the city's traditional landowners, the Wiradjuri people.


Jessica McLaughlin

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