Fancy a spot of Bush Tucker High Tea on August 4? Join Nutrition Plus (which works in schools to bring healthy diets to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children) in Shortland, NSW, for high tea and an impressive line up of guest speakers.
Leah Armstrong, a Torres Strait Islander and CEO of Reconciliation Australia
Anthea Fawcett, CEO of Remote Indigenous Gardens
Graham Bidstrupp, CEO Jimmy Little Foundation
Come along for a delicious bush tucker high tea accompanied by a glass of champage, tour of the bush tucker gardens, and an Aboriginal smoking ceremony
Venue: Hunter Wetlands Centre, 412 Sandgate Rd Shortland NSW 2307 (about 1.5hrs drive north of Sydney, 10km from Newcastle)
All proceeds go to Nutrition Plus, a charity that works in schools to build healthy futures with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children. The Nutrition Plus program includes dietary supplementation, school kitchen gardens, nutritional education and the involvement of Elders and local communities.
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