Yarning Circles



An Aboriginal Yarning Circle is a traditional form of communication and sharing among Indigenous Australians. It takes place in a circular setting, representing equality and unity.

Participants gather to share stories, knowledge, and experiences, fostering a sense of community and connection.

The practice emphasises active listening, empathy, and understanding, allowing individuals to learn from one another and strengthen cultural bonds. Every Friday in the months of August and September, Gwoonwardu Mia will host Yarning Circles from 10am to 12pm. It’s free, join us for a cultural connection experience and then get yourself a bite to each from Jardilunji Mia training cafe.