Thursday, May 30, 2024

Cultural heritage signage for City of Canada Bay

City of Canada Bay Council has installed new Aboriginal cultural heritage signage at Timbrell Park in Five Dock and along the popular Bay Run.

The signage, by Indigenous artist David Cragg, was placed at prominent locations and displays artwork that reflects the natural environment and feature beautiful depictions of native flora and fauna, Council said in a statement.

“These signs are a recognition of the Indigenous heritage of our area,” said City of Canada Bay Deputy Mayor, Stephanie Di Pasqua.

“They are a visible message that we are proud of the long and rich history of the City of Canada Bay.”

The newly installed cultural heritage panels complement signage that was installed along the Bay Run in 2021 which explain the local Indigenous culture, history and ecology of the area.

The signage was funded by the NSW Government in association with Council.

Deputy Mayor Stephanie Di Pasqua with artist David Cragg.

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