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Behind the Scenes of Sydney Opera House Digital Tour – On Demand from 28th January 2022

On Demand

This oral history from the Aboriginal perspective will have students imagining this iconic Sydney place from creation time and the ancestral spirits who formed the landscape, to pre-settlement and the arrival of the First Fleet. Students will learn about the daily life of the clan that inhabited Sydney Cove, including the fishing rites, oyster beds, and the connection between the Gadigal people and the land of Tubowgule.

You will also hear of the changes that came with the arrival of Governor Phillip, the struggles of the early settlers and the fascinating story of the man called Bennelong.

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Excursion Details

Excursion Type

On Demand - Unlimited

Presenter

Sydney Opera House

Contact Details

Duration

45 Minutes

Instructions

Requirements for this excursion

This excursion will be streamed via YouTube only

Testing and Support

Please contact [email protected] if you would like to arrange a test of your equipment.

For more information about this excursion content

Name: SOH Creative Learning Team

Phone: 9250 7770

Email: [email protected]

This digital tour is not interactive, and will only be available on YouTube.

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