National Sorry Day – “The Last Daughter” Film Screening

27 May 11:00am

Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corportation invites Stolen Generation Survivors, Agencies, Community Members and Families to Join us celebrate National Sorry Day and Reconciliation week.

Admission: Free (No ticket booking required)


10:00 AM: Welcome to Country and Flag Raising Ceremony
Join us for the flag raising, accompanied by a Welcome to Country ceremony, followed by light refreshments.
Location: Ramahyuck, 117 Foster Street, Sale, VIC 3850

11:00AM: Film Screening: “The Last Daughter”
Join us for a FREE film screening in the theatre.
Location: The Wedge, 100 Foster Street, Sale, VIC 3850

Admission: Free (No ticket booking required)

Access Requirements: Please call The Wedge Box Office on 03 5143 3200 for any access requirements or questions for the screening.

For More Information:
Please contact Niomi Tilley at 03 5143 1644.

Everyone is welcome! Join us as we reflect, learn, and grow together on this important occasion.


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Show times
11:00am, Monday 27 May 2024
John Leslie Theatre 100 Foster Street Sale, 3850
Run time
1hour 30mins no interval
Presented by
Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation and The Wedge Performing Arts Centre