An Eora word that has become part of Australia's identity, a Corroboree is a place of ceremony and creative expression; a transformative gathering.
For countless generations the Eora nations have been coming together to celebrate culture, country and community. Corroboree Sydney continues this tradition on Gadigal land sharing stories from the past and present, while embracing the cultural diversity that is Indigenous Australia. Corroboree Sydney brings together a program of activities for the discovery, participation and enjoyment of all.
Sydney's premier arts and cultural organisations are collaborating for the first time to present talks, exhibitions, performances, live music, films, readings and forums.
The Corroboree Sydney journey begins at Walsh Bay, the home of Bangarra Dance Theatre Australia, and follows the Harbour to the Australia Museum at Hyde Park, taking in the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Blackfella Films, Sydney Opera House, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Koori Radio 93.7FM, State Library of New South Wales and the Art Gallery of New South Wales.