Introduction to Barangaroo Ngangamay

Barangaroo Ngangamay is an honouring the Old Lady Barangaroo and celebration of the strength, diversity and creativity of Aboriginal people of the Sydney region. 

Barangaroo Ngangamay is an honouring the Old Lady Barangaroo and celebration of the strength, diversity and creativity of Aboriginal people of the Sydney region. We offer our deepest respect to the Gadigal People and to all the families and custodians of neighbouring clans. By coming together for ceremony, we pay respect to the Ancestors, acknowledge the connections between us, and strengthen pathways for future generations.

damulayun ngangara buranggalyun
we exchange namesso the Old Lady sleeps peacefully,we mark the spaceto honour the namesake

By coming together for ceremony, we pay respect to the Ancestors, acknowledge the connections between us, and strengthen pathways for future generations.

We invite you to celebrate and share this cultural journey with us by downloading the Barangaroo Ngangamay app to your smartphone or tablet to unlock stories, songs, language and rock engravings embedded at the Barangaroo Reserve.

Genevieve Grieves and Amanda Jane Reynolds, Artistic Associates

Genevieve Grieves and Amanda Jane Reynolds

Short excerpt from the Welcome by Aunty Rhonda Dixon-Grovenor and Nadeena Dixon discoverable at Barangaroo Reserve as part of Barangaroo Ngangamay.

Photos taken by Bonnie Elliott during the creation of Barangaroo Ngangamay by Genevieve Grieves and Amanda Jane Reynolds.

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