The Spirit of Churaki is alive on the Gold Coast

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Image by Nicole Klein (Bleached Arts)

The legacy of the the Gold Coast’s first documented ‘lifesaver’ Churaki comes alive through the performance of ‘The Spirit of Churaki’.

The background of the Bundjalung man who helped rescue early beach goers is told through the musical production produced by Bleach Festival on the Gold Coast.

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Friday, April 13 2018
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Featured in storyKyle Slabb, Lead Artistic Collaborator and Cultural AdvisorTim Baker, Researcher and freelance surf writer Jackie McDonald, Descendant of the traditional Indigenous people of the Tweed and Researcher Louise Bezzina, Bleach Festival Artistic Director
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