Commitment to Reconciliation
Full Acknowledgement to Country
We acknowledge Australia’s First Nations Peoples as the original custodians of this land. We recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture, and pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging.
In particular, Castle Hill Funhouse would like to acknowledge and pay our respects to the Darug people who are the Traditional Custodians of the land in which our Centre is located. We acknowledge and respect their continuing culture and as the Traditional Owners of our land.
Castle Hill Funhouse values Australia’s First Nations People’s culture and knowledge. We acknowledge and recognise the rich contribution that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures make to the diversity of the Australian community. We also acknowledge the wisdom of the Traditional Owners of our land and aim to learn and grow from them.
We are committed to advancing Reconciliation and ensuring the First Nations Peoples of this nation are valued. Furthermore, it is our responsibility as Australians to have a cultural understanding of Australia’s heritage.
Our connection to space at Castle Hill Funhouse facilitates our holistic wellbeing. It encourages community, safety, relationships, connection and sustenance. Our perception is that Indigenous Australian connections to land sea and sky also sustains wellbeing through community, ways of being and doing and the past present and future as a non-linear concept.
Dreamy - a collection of sleep stories
Dreamy is a collection of sleep stories created by First Nations storytellers, brought to you by Common Grounds and Snapchat.
These contemporary stories bring an 80,000-year-old oral tradition into the digital space, helping people of all walks of life to quiet their mind, drift into dream, and disconnect from their devices by connecting to Country.