A brilliant new Coffs Coast cultural video has been released.
The video is designed to capture the traditional connection between Gumbaynggirr culture through interpretation of language, to key landscapes on the Coffs Coast.
The launched is part of the nature-based tourism strategy to target key markets, with the vision aimed at visitors looking to experience unique local culture and heritage awareness as part of their nature-based holidays.
Bularri Muurlay Nyanggan Aboriginal Corporation joined forces with Coffs Coast tourism to support and promote the strong language connection with key tourism destinations.
Voices of local Elders includie Uncle Cecil ‘Bing’ Laurie and Aunty Deb Dootson.
The significant local landscapes include Muttonbird Island, Coffs Creek, Sealy Lookout, Arrawarra and Moonee Headland.
Check out the video below: