Leonard Thorn, Grant Riley's brother in law and elder figure welcomed everyone and congratulated Anne and Grant on their achievement of opening Wuddi Cultural Tours. Guest speakers included Owen Dare, Shire Freeman and Peter Webster, Shire of Wagin CEO recognised all the hard work involved in achieving their dream.
Wuddi Cultural Tours will endeavour to keep the local stories and culture of the Noongar people alive by operating a variety of tours and displaying cultural artefacts and artwork in their shop front. Local Noongar children demonstrated traditional dances before Grant, Anne and Ashanti cut the ribbon and officially open the Cultural centre.
Grant Riley thanked the community for their overwhelming support before all were welcome to traditional bush tucker of kangaroo stew and damper.
For more information visit Wuddi Cultural Centre (22 Harvey Street, Dumbleyung) during opening hours (below) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wuddi Cultural Centre Opening Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 10am til 4pm
Wednesday - Closed
Saturday, Sunday - by appointment/groups and tours