As night falls this Sunday evening, Wadawurrung dancers and people from the wider Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community will perform a corroboree at Sovereign Hill.
Held under a full moon at Ballarat's best known tourist attraction, this will be the third running of the event.
Initially taking place at Sovereign Hill in 2016, the corroboree gained widespread acclaim. Ballarat's traditional owners and the Sovereign Hill Museums won the Museums and Galleries National Award (MAGNA) along with a Reconciliation Victoria HART (Helping Achieve Reconciliation Together) Award.
It was thought to be the first corroboree held in the Ballarat region for more than 150 years.
Organisers describe the event as an "opportunity to learn about the region's 50,000+ year history and how we can all play a part in caring for country". It is part of the annual Gnarrwirring Ngitj/Learning Together Program.
Last year's full moon event had to be cancelled due to wet weather. The Sunday forecast includes a slight chance of rain with a top temperature of 16 degrees.
Tickets remain available for Sunday evening's event for now - previous events have sold out. People are encouraged to bring their own picnics, although the Sovereign Hill cafe will be open prior to the corroboree. The attraction's new adventure "Play Space" will be also open before the performance.
Gates open at 5.30pm for a 7:30pm start. Tickets cost $10 for adults. Children under 15 go free. To book see https://bookings.sovereignhill.com.a.
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