Exhibition curator Djon Mundine continues the process of working with a range of emerging and established Aboriginal artists, exploring Bungaree’s legacy and pushing the boundaries of contemporary art making.
Bungaree’s Farm is a site specific exhibition, responding and interpreting the site of the first Aboriginal land grant in Australia located at Georges Heights/ Middle Head, Mosman.
Public transport options include:
Sydney Buses: Route 244 between Wynyard and Chowder Bay stopping at Georges Heights. Call Transport Info: 131500 or visit 131500.com.au for timetable information
Mosman Rider: is a free hail-and-ride community bus service operating everyday, on a designated route. Take the South Loop to the Georges Heights bus stop. Track the location of the Mosman Rider using your web-enabled smart phone, visit ww.mosmanrider.net for timetable information.
Sydney Ferries: regular services between North Shore wharves and Circular Quay, make for a fast, convenient and scenic way to travel. The Mosman Rider South Loop bus stops at Mosman Street (a 5 minute walk away from Mosman Wharf) and also near the Taronga Zoo main entrance (a 5 minute walk from Taronga Zoo wharf).
Visit Mosman Events for more information
Recent Media Articles
- 13th Feb, 2015 | ABC RN –
- 5th Feb, 2015 | The Sydney Morning Herald –
‘Story of Bungaree explored on the site that was once his’
- 4th Feb, 2015 | 2SER Breakfast –
‘Dictionary of Sydney: Bungaree’
- 4th Feb, 2015 | eGlobal Travel Media –
‘Sydney Harbour walkway now dedicated to historical indigenous leader Bungaree’
- 2nd Feb, 2015 | Aboriginal Art Directory –
‘Walking With Bungaree’
- 31st Jan, 2015 | Limelight, Australia’s Classical Music and Arts Magazine –
‘Bungaree’s Farm – site specific arts event’
- 30th Jan, 2015 | Weekend Notes –
‘A nine-day aboriginal arts event’
- 29th Jan, 2015 | UNSW Art & Design –
- 27th Jan, 2015 | Museums & Galleries of NSW –
‘Setting the record straight’
- 12th Jan, 2015 | Barani, Sydney’s Aboriginal History –
‘Bungaree: The First Australian’
- 22nd Dec, 2014 | Barani, Sydney’s Aboriginal History –