Decolonising public space, a look at Burleigh Heads NP

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Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

This walk aims to start a conversation around our Indigenous past, present and future and to begin to shift the paradigm when we think about our public spaces. Along the walk today you’ll explore the history of Jellurgal, informed by Indigenous perspectives and narrated by Gamilaroi man Tristan Schultz.

NOTE: each echo is spatially arranged to allow for reflection; either at its initial trigger location, or between. Use this time to ruminate and enjoy your surrounds.

I acknowledge and pay respect to the Yugambeh people of the Gold Coast and all their descendants both past and present.


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The Echoes


Welcome to Jellurgal

An introduction to Burleigh Heads and the Ocean-view track sound walk. Narrated by Naomi Hill.

Burleigh, a new perspective

A (reductionist) linear sound narrative of pre-colonisation to present day.

Jabreen

Narrated by Gamilaroi man Tristan Schultz.

Midden site

Narrated by Gamilaroi man Tristan Schultz

Gowonda

Narrated by Gamilaroi man Tristan Schultz

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