Girinyalanha Aboriginal Nature and Bioscience Park to open

14 MARCH 2016

A new bioscience park at Charles Sturt University (CSU) in Orange will be officially opened by the Vice-Chancellor Professor Andrew Vann at 10am on Tuesday 15 March.The Girinyalanha Aboriginal Nature and Bioscience Park at CSU in Orange is the result of planning and cooperation between the University and the Orange Local Aboriginal Land Council.Short talks on the cultural significance of Girinyalanha, Aboriginal dancers, bush food, poster presentations and photos will contribute to the occasion. Members of the Park Steering Committee will be on hand to answer questions about this wonderful new development on the campus. Morning tea will follow the official opening.

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Bruce Andrews, (02) 6338 6084


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The official opening of the Girinyalanha Aboriginal Nature and Bioscience Park at CSU in Orange is at 10am Tuesday 15 March. Parking for the event is available at car parks P1, P2, and P3 at CSU, Leeds Parade, Orange.

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