Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley guests to learn significance of land

Alanna Tomazin
July 18 2019 - 7:00pm
CULTURAL CONNECTIONS: EOOWV special projects manager Brendan Millett with Wiradjuri Elder and Mingaan Aboriginal Corporation representative Aunty Sharon Riley.
CULTURAL CONNECTIONS: EOOWV special projects manager Brendan Millett with Wiradjuri Elder and Mingaan Aboriginal Corporation representative Aunty Sharon Riley.

It's a given that the Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley (EOOWV) is known for its wow factor, with its ritzy resort and tranquil atmosphere, but now guests will have the opportunity to learn about the significance of the land it's on and its connection to the Wiradjuri people.

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Alanna Tomazin

Alanna Tomazin

Journalist

Alanna is a journalist at the Newcastle Herald with a focus on education. She takes pride in regional journalism which she believes is crucial to informing our towns and cities. Have a story? Email her at alanna.tomazin@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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