Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art & History Greets
Black History Month is a Brisbane City Council program of events that celebrates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people's heritage, history and future.
Brisbane - A New World City with an ancient past
Brisbane Greeters has developed the following two major trails in consultation with traditional owners, historians, artists, cultural organisations and industry. These tours aim to enhance an inclusive narrative and welcome for both locals and visitors. They are being launched through Black History Month, July 2017.
Brisbane's Aboriginal History Greeter Trail
Brisbane's Aboriginal History Greeter Trail emphasises that in Brisbane there was and always has been a strong Aboriginal presence. This tour will take you on a journey that starts long before any European settlement of our city, right through to present day. It traces and highlights our shared social history. This tour begins at Brisbane City Hall and concludes beside the City Botanic Gardens. Offered seven days a week throughout July at 10am.
Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art Greeter Trail
In the heart of Brisbane, there is an incredible and exciting collection of Aboriginal public art on display for all to enjoy and connect with. During this tour, you will also learn more about each of the Aboriginal artists and the intended meaning behind their work. This tour begins outside GOMA and ends in Queen St. Offered seven days a week throughout July at 10am.
How can I join the Brisbane's Aboriginal Public Art & History Greets?
These Greets are offered seven days a week. Three days’ notice is required for bookings, and your booking will be confirmed via email. Please note: Children under 18 must be supervised by an adult.
Book your Aboriginal Public Art or Aboriginal History Greet now. You can access the booking form here.
If you are experiencing issues with our booking form, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +61 7 3156 6364.