Ngulu Morning Tea

To celebrate orchid, or Guling season, VE students are invited for a Morning Tea in our newly refurbished student lounge.

Come along to continue your journey towards reconciliation, enjoy some delicious snacks and engage in conversation.

Members of the College of VE's Ngulu Committee will also have various activities that you can take part in – including orchid origami making and a fun pop quiz, with prizes up for grabs! 

We look forward to seeing you there. 

Event Details

Date: Tuesday 16 August
Time: 10am – 11am
Location: City campus, Student Lounge Building 51, level 2, corner of Victoria and Cardigan St, Melbourne

Find out more about Guling (Orchid) Season: 

Guling (Orchid) Season is a very short season, but one that is full of change. 

Beginning around late July through to August we witness our local wattles burst into their full golden yellow spectacular and local orchids pop open in bloom. 

Artwork: 'Oceanside' by Laurence Blacklock-Whitehead, RMIT's College of VE Reconciliation Advisor

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