We regret to inform you that the Munu Munu 2022 National Indigenous Fire Workshop at Mona Mona Far North Queensland on 8 -12 August 2022 has been postponed.
We made this difficult decision to postpone this event for the safety of the local community and all event participants, as the COVID-19 conditions change. We have been monitoring the situation as COVID-19 cases have increased across the nation in the past few weeks.
Munu-munu 2022 National Indigenous Fire Workshop
Biri Bulma Budang – Fire Opening up the Country
The Munu-munu 2022 National Indigenous Fire Workshop (NIFW) will be hosted by the Djabugay people of tropical north Queensland on Djabugay Country, at Mona Mona Mission in Far North Queensland.
About Mona Mona
This will be the 12th annual National Indigenous Fire Workshop and after being away from Cape York for more than two years, with workshops being held in New South Wales on Yuin in 2018 and Victoria on Yorta Yorta Country in 2019, it is returning to Far North Queensland. Participants will gain an insight into Indigenous fire methodology and the cultural responsibility of looking after Country.
- Indigenous Community Members and Organisations ($660)
- Non-Government Organisations and Individuals ($1,300.00)
- Government and Research Bodies ($2,500.00)
- Single day pass: Includes Wednesday Entertainment Evening (6pm) and Thursday Cultural Fun Day ($325.00)
Ticket price includes access to the masterclasses, onsite camping and meals. More details will be provided in the lead up to the event. If your enquiry is urgent, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org