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Guwanyi Walama: To Tell and Return

26 March 2014– 31 October 2014

Venue: Your Classroom
Presented by: Sydney Opera House

Years: 3 - 6
Subjects: HSIE, History, Aboriginal Studies

To book this Digital Education Program, fill out our online ticket request form
For multiple bookings or any questions please call 02 9250 7770, or email


This unique digital excursion, presented by an Aboriginal narrator, will take students on a journey of discovery around the area now known as Bennelong Point. Students will hear an oral history from the Aboriginal perspective - from creation time and the ancestral spirits who formed the landscape, to pre-settlement and the story of Bennelong, to today's iconic Sydney Opera House.

Students will learn of the fishing rites and the oyster beds, the totems that were connected to the Gadigal people, and the daily life of the clans that inhabited Sydney Cove. They will also hear of the changes that came with the arrival of Governor Phillip and the resilience of convicts who worked in the area. 

Pricing Information

Prices correct at the time of publication and subject to change without notice

Students (Maximum 30 students per school per session) Free
Pricing Information Explained

Pricing Information Explained

Cancellation Policy
Sydney Opera House offers free digital excursions on a first-come-first-served basis, however to ensure all places are filled fairly, a cancellation fee will be charged to any school who:

  • Cancels within 7 days of the booked excursion, or
  • Does not dial-in and participate on the day. In either case an invoice for $100 -150 per session (depending on the program you have booked) will be sent to you from Sydney Opera House

How to Book
To book this Digital Education Program:
Please call 02 9250 7770/ or email for details

Performance Dates

Term 1    
Wednesday 26 March 2014   10.30am / 11.45am / 1.45pm
Thursday 27 March 2014   10.30am / 11.45am / 1.45pm
Friday 28 March 2014  10.30am / 11.45am / 1.45pm

Term 2
Wednesday, 21 May 2014    10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Thursday, 22 May 2014   10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Friday, 23 May 2014   10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm*

Term 3
Wednesday, 20 August 2014   10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Thursday, 21 August 2014   10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Friday, 22 August 2014   10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm*

Term 4
Wednesday 29 October 10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Thursday 30 October     10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm
Friday 31 October         10:30am / 11:45am / 1:45pm*

*Sessions for Secondary schools only 

Running Time:
45 mins (incl. Q&A)

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