Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal meditation

The Australian Museum, William St, Sydney, offers the opportunity to participate in Aboriginal Meditation. Partake in an Aboriginal meditation circle ceremony guided by Aboriginal cultural practitioners Milan Dhiiyaan.

Winhangadhurinya is the Wiradjuri word for meditation, deep listening, knowing, reflecting. Participate in an Aboriginal meditation ceremony guided by Aboriginal cultural practitioners Milan Dhiiyaan – Wailwaan/Yuin man Millmullian (Laurance Magick Dennis) and Wiradjuri/Ngemba woman Nyimirr (Fleur Magick Dennis).

This unique workshop offers both an authentic and heartfelt introduction to Aboriginal culture and a chance to take time out in a hectic world. Sit with them a while in connection with their dreaming and experience the healing space of Aboriginal spirituality. Let their connection to their ancestral knowledge guide you in developing a deeper connection to your inner self and the oneness of all that is here in this world.

This workshop is mainly designed for adults. Children over the age of 12 who can sit still and quiet for long periods of time are also welcome.

Ticket includes general admission to the Museum.

Please note: purchasing a ticket gives you access to one 2 hr workshop. There are two sessions per day at 10:30am and 2pm, each session goes for 2 hrs.

For enquiries or to ask us about access services, please email or call (02) 9320 6222.

Event Details
Winhangadurinya: Aboriginal meditation
Date: 16 – 17 Mar, 4 – 5 May, 24 – 25 Aug, 30 Nov and 1 Dec, 10.30am and 2pm
Cost: Adult $50, Concession $47, AM Member $44
Museum Opening Hours: 9.30am – 5.00pm
Days: Monday – Sunday, Closed Christmas Day
Address: 1 William Street, Sydney NSW 2010
Bookings: Online at Australian Museum


The Australian Museum respects and acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of the land and waterways on which the Museum stands. We acknowledge Elders past, present and emerging.