Help put First Nations' books in schools!

Tribal Warrior Clark Island

Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Warringah Pittwater needs your help with a Fund raising adventure!

The group is raising money to put books with Aboriginal content into all Schools on the Northern Beaches. The project is already under way with 43 Public Schools and with money raised through this event and donations they hope to expand the distribution into Private Schools – 108 Schools in total!

Join the Support Group aboard Mari Nawi for a three hour Cultural Cruise, departing from Circular Quay. The event will include a stop at Be-lang-le-wool (Clark Island, National Park) for a guided walk and dance and Didgeridoo performance.

Plus a BBQ lunch on board!

Please help the next generation to know about the first Australians.

Cruise includes

  • 3 hour Cruise with Aboriginal Guide
  • Live Cultural commentary
  • Tour on Clark Island National Park
  • Cultural performance
  • BBQ lunch with salad and breadrolls
  • Tea and Coffee
  • Cash Bar available at lunch

FROM $65.00

Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Warringah Pittwater is holding a fundraising Cultural Cruise for its program that is putting First Nations books in schools.

BOOK NOW

Phone 02 9699 3491 for bookings and more information.

TICKET PRICES

  • All tickets $65
  • Children 0 – 7 years FREE

DATES & TIMES

Saturday 18 November 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

THINGS TO REMEMBER

Tribal Warrior Cruises depart in all weather conditions. Please bring good walking shoes, an umbrella and/or a raincoat for use on the island during wet weather.

Cruise dates are subject to availability and minimum numbers.

DEPARTURES

Departs from Eastern Pontoon, Circular Quay

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Tribal Warrior connects people from all over the world with the ancient culture of Australia and the history of Sydney through traditional performances, ceremonies, harbour cruises and school programs.