Join us for our first ever livestream cooking class from Bundjalung country!

For the first time ever, YWCA Australia will be live-streaming a cooking class with Aunty Rose Walker, a local community member from Bundjalung country, Northern New South Wales!

Aunty Rose Walker will be demonstrating her own special recipe for Johnny Cakes. In the tradition of damper and bush bread, Johnny Cakes are a staple in many First Nations communities.

Taking part in this livestreamed cooking class will be YWCA community program participants from New South Wales, thanks to a generous donation from GIVIT who have donated $3,000 of food vouchers to support buying groceries.

You can take part too!

All you need to do is to:

  1. Get your ingredients ready! You’ll need self-raising flour, plain flour, vegetable oil and salt.
  2. Tune in our Facebook page at 12pm on Tuesday 4 August to watch the livestream!

This special event will take place on Tuesday 4 August, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day.

YWCA Australia wishes to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the lands on which we work, live and play and pay our respects to Elders past and present. We recognise First Nations people as the custodians of the lands, seas and skies, with more than 60,000 years of wisdom, connection and relationship in caring for Country.

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