It’s mullet season on the Cooks River and the Wurridjal Weekend festival 2022 is here for the 26th and 27th of March! Due to COVID-19 and unpredictable weather, the 2022 festival is limited to the weekend with a series of exciting online and in-person activities.
Note that many events have limited capacity because of COVID regulations, so advance booking is required.
The festival marks the start of a season when thousands of mullet – known as ‘wurridjal’ in the Aboriginal languages spoken in the Sydney region – enter the Cooks River during their pre-spawning migration along the east coast of Australia. For thousands of years the river was healthy and a source of food for Aboriginal people.
From caring for country activities and cultural learning experiences, to wildlife encounters and riverside recreation, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
Click below to download the PDF of this year’s program and register by clicking on the registration link: