Kar Dinn Yar Artefact Display
Located in the far south east Melbourne suburb of Pakenham is a very important display of Aboriginal culture. In 2004, when the aquatic and recreation centre Cardinia Life was being developed, excavation discovered a number of aboriginal artefacts.
These artefacts now make up a display within the foyer of Cardinia Life. The artefacts consist of historical maps, and other artworks which acknowledge the history of the land and showcase aboriginal culture. Artwork by Jenny Salwick accompanies the other works which make up the attraction. Kar dinn yar means ‘looking to the sunrise’ in Bunurong.
4 Olympic Way, Pakenham,
Melbourne, Vic 3810
Who should go?
It is suitable for all ages.
How to get there
From Southern Cross railway station take the train towards Traralgon. Get off at Pakenham and take bus 926 for 10 minutes to Lakeside Boulevard. The centre is a 3 minute walk from the stop.
Look below for a list of events and activities happening around the Kar Dinn Yar Artefact Display.
Ratings & Reviews
Kar Dinn Yar Artefact Display - Open / Closed
- SUN open
- MON open
- TUE open
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
Upcoming Events & What's On around Kar Dinn Yar Artefact Display
Tuesday, 26 June Toomah Community CentrePakenham
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