Traditional aboriginal welcome welcome to country from professor simon forrest a welcome to country ceremony is a traditional aboriginal blessing symbolising the traditional owners consent to an event taking place on their land. Welcome to country is an important ceremony by aboriginal people and inviting them to perform it helps non indigenous people recognise aboriginal culture and history an acknowledgement of country can be done by everyone indigenous or non indigenous to pay respect to the fact that one is on aboriginal land. A welcome to country is a ritual performed at many events held in australia intended to highlight the cultural significance of the surrounding area to a particular aboriginal clan or language group the welcome must be performed by a recognised elder of the group welcomes to country are sometimes accompanied by traditional smoking ceremonies music or dance. Get this from a library welcome to country a traditional aboriginal ceremony joy murphy wandin lisa kennedy aunty joy murphy wandin the senior aboriginal elder of the wurundjeri people channels her passion for storytelling into a remarkable and utterly unique picture book that invites readers to discover . A welcome to country is a protocol where aboriginal or torres strait islander traditional owners welcome others to the land of their ancestors the welcome to country ceremony is carried out at significant events and formal functions involving people from other parts of the country or from overseas
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