Date: Thursday, 20 November - Sunday, 30 November, 2014
Time: Various times
Location: Various locations across Sydney CBD, The Rocks and Circular Quay
Corroboree returns to Sydney for its second year, celebrating Australia’s rich cultural heritage, featuring leading Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, writers, dancers and musicians, showcasing their creativity and sharing their stories in over 100 events.
Three thousand school children will participate in the Gurung Parade on Thursday, 20 November, followed by the Firelight Ceremony and Opening Party at Circular Quay on Friday.
Events include the Black Arts Markets at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Sunday, 23 November and performances by the Bangarra Dance Theatre who celebrate their 25th anniversary with a one-off performance on the Sydney Opera House forecourt on Sunday, 30 November.
Roads in the Sydney CBD will be closed from 10:45 am to midday on Thursday 20 November for the Gurung Parade, including sections of Macquarie Street, Bridge Street, College Street, Hunter Street, and St James Road. Special event clearways will also be in place from 10:00 am to midday on Macquarie Street.
For full details of road closures and clearways as well as information on current traffic conditions visit Live Traffic NSW or call the Traffic Information Line on 132 701. See the Transport for NSW website for travel options during the Corroboree Festival or how to plan your trip.