The renowned Blak Markets return to Sydney’s spectacular new harbour foreshore park, Barangaroo Reserve on Sunday, 4 December from 9:30am to 3:00pm, transforming Nawi Cove into a lively marketplace showcasing Australia’s rich Aboriginal culture.
The open-air markets will feature bush tucker stalls, weaving workshops, a live performance by Sydney singer-songwriter Marcus Corowa, traditional storytelling with Tucky Cooley, traditional Aboriginal dance performances, workshops and markets showcasing Aboriginal arts and crafts, and a live outdoor cooking demonstration by renowned Aboriginal chef Mark Olive of The Black Olive.
More than 25 stallholders will sell bushfoods, arts, crafts, skincare products and accessories, and include Fred’s Bush Tucker, Lemon Myrtle Harvest, Cleonie Quayle Aboriginal Jewellery, John Odgen photography and books, contemporary Aboriginal artist Dennis Pitt and more.
Visitors can learn more about Barangaroo’s Aboriginal history and culture by booking a cultural tour with Barangaroo’s Visitor Services Guides, available on the hour between 11:00am and 2:00pm.
For more information about the Blak Markets at Barangaroo Reserve, and booking a cultural tour, please visit www.barangaroo.sydney.
WHEN: 04/12/2016 (9:30 am - 3:00 pm)
WHERE: Barangaroo Reserve
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