Its raffle time!
We have curated a collection of indulgent prizes for one lucky winner!
Our Songlines is raising money to support our event Our Survival Day. Our raffle prize pack is worth over $650 and highlights a range of brilliant local businesses. Tickets are $5 each. Tickets will be drawn on the day! 26 January 2021 (you don’t need to be at the event to win)
Event can be found here: http://www.oursurvivalday.com
The prize is worth over $650
Our Dilly Bag RRP $59.95
We are an 100% aboriginal owned, women led, social enterprise focused on reconciliation between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous people.
The only path to reconciliation is experiencing culture and adapting our mindset to new ideas. In promoting the cause, we have carefully curated a collection of vital items and experiences for any ally or First Nations person looking for empowerment. Receive one months subscription!
A hand painted design from Angie Lee Cleaver
(These pictures are examples and not the actual artwork)
Angie Lee Cleaver is a descendant of Francis Cochrane Smith from Tasmania Pallawa mob. Angie came from a large family and has extended family still living and thriving in Indigenous community.
Angie has called the Mornington Peninsula home for most of her life and is still currently living on the Peninsula.
From an early age Angie has had a keen interest in honouring her heritage and developing her skills and her own style in Aboriginal art. Angie believes art comes from heart and tells its own story, her Art has been sold internationally and has given others the opportunity to recognise our forefathers and understand the significance of her heritage for over 120 000 years in Australia.
FB: Angie’s Indigenous Art
Living Culture: 2 Person Walk RRP: $200+
Living Culture offers a variety of guided walks and Meditation healing sessions for all ages and abilities, all of which take place in a variety of stunning coastal and bush settings of the Mornington Peninsula. Rich with indigenous significance and abundant with native fauna and flora, your guide will point out the plants and areas of interest along your walk and their use and significance in medicine, bush tucker and Indigenous culture.
After a fascinating and informative guided tour of the area, you will reach a designated space for your Yidaki (didgeridoo) and meditation session. Described as ‘profoundly moving’ and ‘deeply relaxing’ by some of our previous guests, the session usually lasts approximately half hour followed by some time to explore the area or discuss your meditation experience with your tour guides.
FB: Living Culture
Fringe Hair Hut Rye: $150 voucher.
Kat has been a resident of the Mornington Peninsula for 7 years now and see’s the importance of having a Survival day to acknowledge the past and tell the truth about Australia’s history, she has had her own Salon in Rye for 2 years, Kat has had many years’ experience in hairdressing and offers a great service to all.
FB: Fringe Hair Studio
Hunter Café, 364 Dundas St Rye Vic 3941: $50 voucher
100% Vegan café, Hunter café offers a delicious range of healthy gourmet vegan food and drinks, they also sell art and a range of recycled clothing
Bonza Brewing: 6 pack of lager. $28
Michael from Bonza has been crafting beer for along time and has started his own label Bonza, Bonza are 100% carbon neutral and are based right here on the Mornington Peninsula.
Nature Café Bare, 1-3 Thompson st Frankston: $40 voucher.
Nature bar offer tasty vegan food and were established to inspire others to share their passion for beautiful food, good health and a clean environment. They also have shop where you can purchase food, gifts and art, there food is amazing!!
Etch Sparkling 1 x sample pack
Etch offer a great range of Non-Alcoholic adult drinks made with all-natural native fruits and herbs. They are inspired by traditional Aboriginal ingredients and took advice from elders when creating their delicious range of refreshing beverages. They are based in Morning and can be bought in stores and online.