Stepping Black 2019-07-24T16:41:47+00:00

2019 Weekend of Weaving, Wellbeing and Wonderful Women

with the Djabagai Rainforest Weavers and the Kunwinjku Weavers from Gunbalanya, West Arnhem Land
supported by Rene from Weavery.com.au and Dale Chapman, First Food Co

… on Wakka Wakka Country
Friday 13th September 4pm
to Sunday 15th September at 3pm
Barambah Environmental Educational Centre

Registrations close COB Monday 9th September

Click here to Register Online
Weekend of weaving, wellbeing and wonderful women

Enquiries: M: 0427 340 710
E: zona@steppingblack.com.au

For more information including the map and what to bring click here:

More Information

Download the printable flyer
and registration form

2019 Registration Form
WoW Flyer 2019 Plus Map
Or
Register Online

Sponsored By

First Food Co Bush Food specialists
Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia organising the Weekend of Weaving, Wellbeing and Wonderful Women
Weavery
CQID
ADF are a sponsors of the Weekend of Women Weaving
Darling Downs West Morton phn

Stepping Black aims to impact Individuals & Communities
to change their world by achieving their potential through:

Youth Programs
Leadership & Governance
Training & Work Ready
Music, Media & Art

Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia is a dynamic organisation that seeks to initiate, design and implement projects
and programs which promote and support Indigenous people, their families and their communities.

Fun Run
Fun Run
Fun Run

Education, Awareness, Employment, Training & Business Start Up

Stepping Black encourages you to be apart of the programs we run to help your transition into the workforce.

Contact us for more details or

You can download our forms and documents as a participant or an Organisation.

TRAINING, EMPLOYMENT & BUSINESS STARTUP PROGRAMS

The Board of Directors of Stepping Black Indigenous Corporation Australia acknowledges the traditional custodians of country (land, sea and sky).
We also acknowledge the cultural diversity of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, Elders past and present and the significant contribution Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have made and continue to make to the identity of our nation.