A fine time to dance at Saltwater Freshwater
After two years of cancellations because of COVID restrictions, the Saltwater Freshwater finally took place at Eungai Creek on the mid North Coast of New South Wales recently.
The festival is a celebration of the local art, music and culture of the Worimi, Biripi, Dunghutti and Gumbaynggirr nations.
The name of the festival represents the coming together of the ‘saltwater’ peoples of the coast, and the ‘freshwater’ peoples of the many rivers that run through the region.
The annual event has traditionally been held on Australia or Survival Day, but was this year rescheduled to coincide with the start of Reconciliation Week…