What's On in Northern Beaches

When What Where Contact
Wednesday 21 February

AHO Walking with Volunteers

The AHO will be providing a guided walk to the AHO Site Volunteers. participants will learn about Aboriginal Heritage and Culture on the walk Numbers will be capped at 20 - so booking is essential
Tania Park Contact Susan Whitby at the Aboriginal Heritage Office
Tuesday 5 March

AHO Facilitates Visit by TAFE Students at our Museum and Keeping Place

TAFE are visiting the Aboriginal Heritage Office Museum and Keeping Place to learn about the local Aboriginal people and Heritage and Culture
AHO Museum and Keeping Place Not Open to the Public
Wednesday 6 March

AHO Gives Presentation at Mona Vale Library

The AHO will be giving a presentation on Salt Water Woman to learn about the local people Culture and Heritage.  This will be held at the Mona Vale Library - Pelican Room Booking important
Mona Vale Library - Pelican Room Please contact Mona Vale Library to Book
Friday 8 March

AHO Attends NBC Breakfast for International Women’s Day

The AHO will be speaking at the Northern Beaches Council International Women's Day Breakfast International Women's Day is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. The 2024 theme for International Women's Day is #InspireInclusion. The theme is set by the international body of the event. For it's seventh year, Northern Beaches Council will be hosting a breakfast on International Women's Day at the Manly Pacific where you are invited to join us for a delicious breakfast with a guest speaker, a special event raffle and networking. This year’s guest speaker is Chloe Dalton- multi-sport athlete, Olympic Gold Medalist, current AFLW player, Founder of the [Female] Athlete Project and newly-founded author. Tickets are available for purchase
Manly Pacific Hotel https://events.humanitix.com/international-women-s-day-breakfast-2024-northern-beaches-council
Monday 11 March

AHO Provides Guided Tour of Museum and Keeping Place, Jacka Park and McKillop Headland

AHO will be working with a Seniors Walking Group. They will be visiting the AHO Museum and Keeping Place to learn about Aboriginal heritage and Culture. The group will also visit Jacka Park and learn about the Military History of the region. Then both groups will travel to McKillop Headland to look at the new Aboriginal Sculpture on the headland and its meaning
AHO Museum and Keeping Place Not Open to the Public
Thursday 28 March

AHO Will be Conducting 2 Walks for the Seniors Festival

The AHO will be conducting 2 guided walks for Seniors in celebration of Seniors Week. The walk is very level, and will be very safe. It is not a long walk but hold many stories. The Aboriginal Heritage Walk around Little Manly Point is an opportunity to learn about how the Gayamaygal lived in this Country and the stories of their first contact with the First Fleet. Learn about Manly’s unique story of our Aboriginal people in Australian history. This walk will be led by Karen Smith from the Aboriginal Heritage Office and is organised by Northern Beaches Council as part of its Seniors Festival Program for residents aged 60 and over. Please note there is a dress code required due to the risks of ticks in the area. For your protection, wear a hat, long pants, a long sleeved T-shirt and covered in shoes with long socks to minimise the amount of skin exposed. Tropical strength insect repellent will be available to apply before the walk begins. Capacity of 15 per walk. No more than 2 people per booking. Online bookings open 14 February.   The first walk will be: Thursday, 28 March 2024 - 09:30 am to 10:30 am The 2nd walk will be: Thursday, 28 March 2024 - 11:00 am to 12:00 pm
Little Manly Point Park https://www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/whats-on/seniors-festival-aboriginal-heritage-walk-little-manly-point