'Connecting the Dots' - Mara Nyiirun.gay Barrayga Nyaagi Djuyal (Come With us on Country to See Story) is now projecting EVERY NIGHT onto our Historic Courthouse at 7pm! It's FREE, and there's no need to book.

An enthralling bespoke sound and light installation, Connecting the Dots, is a highlight and features the many creative souls who call our beautiful region home. 

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Pictured: Artwork by Corina Latimore & Nardja Carter

This new projection is the next iteration of the highly-successful legacy installation Wakulda: a cultural tourism attraction created/developed as part of the Bicentenary Event Program in April 2020. Designed in partnership with creative design studio Esem Projects and projected onto the town’s Historic Courthouse, Wakulda is an ongoing immersive, nightly, 10-minute production that denotes the critical heritage and culture stories from both an Aboriginal and European perspective. And now, the new program will feature a jam-packed schedule of musicians, dancers, performers, artists, and writers lighting up the Historic Courthouse in Port Macquarie’s CBD.  

  • Aunty Rhonda Square

    Aunty Rhonda, local Birpai Elder

  • Lucy Frost Square

    Lucy Gamsby-Frost, Performing Artist

  • Gordon Gambsy Square

    Gordon Gamsby, Performing Artist

Talent featured includes:

  • Josh Moses Square

    Josh Moses, Poet, Writer, Performer.

  • Fiona Hawkins Square

    Fiona Joy Hawkins:  Australian Pianist, Composer, Singer, Producer and recording/touring artist

  • Gyb Productions Squre

    Got Ya Back Productions: Tim & Steph Maddren are local performance artists and producers.

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  • Funding Acknowledgements

    This project receives funding from the NSW Government through the

    Regional Events Acceleration Fund, which supports the development of unique and high-impact tourism and events infrastructure that helps boost local economies, create jobs, and ensure visitors to regional NSW have unforgettable experiences that encourage repeat visitation.

     We respectfully acknowledge the Birpai people as the Traditional Custodians of the land, seas and rivers on which we work and live.

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