Teacher deepened her Indigenous knowledge at Uluru climb closure

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SACRED SITE: Wangaratta’s Stacey Lamb attended the Uluru climb closure celebration recently, representing not-for-profit organisation Red Dust and deepening her role as St Bernard’s Primary School’s indigenous education leader.

WANGARATTA teacher Stacey Lamb deepened her knowledge of indigenous culture when she attended the recent Uluru climb closure celebration.

Stacey was invited to the event in her role with Red Dust (a not-for-profit organisation working with remote communities on health promotion and community development projects), and as indigenous education leader with Wangaratta’s St Bernard’s Primary School.

The ban on climbing Uluru was enforced on October 26, 34 years after the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park was handed back to the traditional owners, the Anangu people.


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