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First published October 2018
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Acknowledgement of Country
The Education Directorate acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Wreck Bay peoples as the traditional custodians of the lands on which our schools and offices are located. To be able to educate children and young people from all across the world on these lands is a privilege. We deeply respect their continuing cultures and the unique contributions they make to the life of these regions, lands and waters.
Welcome to Country
Ngunnawal mulunggari bulu… Ngunna yunnggaballi wagi birrigai.
Warrambul gunna myulung. Mindgari dhurra yungi ngulli ngadyung.
Yanbi kooralala munagai.
Ngunnawal language, welcome to country, united Ngunnawal Elders Council