• Yarnupings December 2023

    Yarnupings December 2023

    It’s the Christmas edition of Yarnupings and we’re getting festive! In this issue we see a gorgeous Picture of Serenity by Volunteer Robyn Law. We farewell Kyle and Welcome Kahla to the AHO team. The Ocean Festival is on late Nov/early Dec and the AHO Museum in Freshwater is open and showcasing ocean based artefacts.…

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  • Yarnupings September 2023

    Yarnupings September 2023

    It is the third issue of Yarnupings and we are jam packed full of articles! In this issue we see the return of Karen Smiths Pollination – Importance to Country, aswell as The Language Corner and every green thumb’s favourite, The Bush Binge. Phil Hunt takes on a thought provoking journey with his article Certainty…

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  • Yarnupings July 2023

    Yarnupings July 2023

    In this second issue of 2023 we start a new regular article called Leaving Our Mark. We also have a recap of Susans skills refreshers she ran during National Volunteer Week and an article from Phil about how we should Imagine From a Different Perspective. Leaving Our Mark will get the insights from Harrison Goddard…

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  • Yarnupings April 2023

    Yarnupings April 2023

    We are excited to announce that our Freshwater Museum and Keeping  Place is back open to the public on Wednesdays and other week days by appointment. This issue will have the first of two new reoccurring articles. The Language Corner and The Bush Binge will have new information in them every newsletter. Both having different…

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  • Yarn Up with Kazan Brown

    Yarn Up with Kazan Brown

    Join us for a Yarn Up with Kazan Brown. Kazan is a Gundungurra traditional owner with connection to the Burragorang and Warragamba Valleys. Kazan will share with us some of her knowledge about the incredible region. This is the first Yarn Up since 2019 so come have a feed and a yarn with the Aboriginal…

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  • Yarnupings December 2022

    Yarnupings December 2022

      Happy Festive Season, Everyone! We were excited for you to meet our newest AHO team member, Kyle Nettleton. This issue provides thoughts and reflections of the AHO staff about the importance of Aboriginal cultural heritage, in history, in development and in appreciating this extra ordinary land and its people. Karen highlights catch-up summer viewing…

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  • Yarnupings Newsletter September 2022

    Yarnupings Newsletter September 2022

      This issue we look at the career of Aboriginal Heritage Office founder, David Watts. ‘How do you measure a ripple?’ looks at the positive flow on effects of the work of the AHO throughout the years. We delve into the urban threats to the Powerful Owl and how we can play an active role…

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