OUTBACK OUTLOUD Episode 5 BREWARRINA Part 2

Jun 16, 10:00 PM

In this Episode we hear more stories and interviews from people in Brewarrina NSW. Brewarrina is located in the Outback of NSW between Bourke, Walgett and Lightning Ridge. Brewarrina is where the Barwon River flows through the oldest man-made structure on earth, the “Ngunnhu” (fish traps).

Episode 5- Brewarrina Part 2
In this Episode we hear more stories and interviews from people in Brewarrina NSW.  Brewarrina is located in the Outback of NSW between Bourke, Walgett and Lightning Ridge. Brewarrina is where the Barwon River flows through the oldest man-made structure on earth, the “Ngunnhu” (fish traps). 
The Outback Outloud Podcast was designed and produced by Signal Creative and is a collaboration between Signal Creative and Outback Arts.
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Features: 
The children from Weilmoringle Public School present their stories about life in Weil, the weir and other cool adventures! The Weilmoringle school is super special: https://www.facebook.com/WeilmoringlePS/

Belinda Boney talks about her early memories, loving Brewarrina and fishing. Belinda is the Project Coordinator for Baiame’s Ngunnhu Festival, and is a talented artist.  Check out some of Belinda’s work at the Aboriginal Cultural Museum: https://www.facebook.com/brewarrinaacm

Mark Redmond was interviewed by a room of Weilmoringle Public School Children and all of the curious adults in the room about his career in rodeo and saddle bronc riding! Literal Champion!

These recordings were done at the Aboriginal Child and Family Centre Brewarrina: https://www.facebook.com/Brewarrina-Aboriginal-Child-and-Family-Centre-399167607300824/
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Luke Demery is a local Brewarrina butcher who “likes talking” and is a roo shooter after hours.  He spoke from the South Bre Butcher and explained about what it takes to be in his trade and why he likes the country. #thewave 

Uryane Warraweena talks about the importance of her culture, being on country.. her words resonate with pride. Urayne works at the Aboriginal Cultural Museum and is an amazing artist, to find out more about the Museum: https://brewarrinafishtraps.com.au/

Lily Shearer and Trish Frail speak together openly and honestly about domestic violence, their own experiences and reflections. They remember the march held in Brewarrina in 2015 organised by Trish, and what a big turn out it was! https://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/3050529/town-stands-together-after-death/
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Special thanks to Lara Taylor!
Thanks to Brewarrina participants: Kelly Winning, Alana Hardwood, Caelin Loxton, Luke Demmery, Narelle Reynolds, Belinda Boney, Urayne Warraweena, Anna-Mae Warraweena, Trish Frail, Mark Redmond, Lily Shearer, Vivian Slack-Smith, Lisa Wright, Michael Mendes and the children of Weilmoringle Public School.
Thanks to the Brewarrina Aboriginal Child and Family Centre, the Brewarrina Aboriginal Cultural Museum, and Thulli Ngemba Cafe.

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