Ride with Aboriginal People from Manly to Church Point

January 26, 2021 @ 7:00 am – 11:00 am

Venue: Between Manly Wharf and the Manly Library

Location: Manly

You are invited to the 2021 Ride with Aboriginal People which is happening on 26 January 2021.

This ride is a gesture to acknowledge that not all Australian’s see Australia Day in the same way and to stand with Aboriginal Peoples and aim for unity for all Australians.

This is not just for riders and we ask people to support us by being involved in the ceremony at Manly or at Church Point, we hope you will enjoy the didgeridoo, clap sticks and hopefully an Aboriginal song.

Riders are being picked up from Dee Why, Narrabeen and Mona Vale.

See you on the 26 January 2021 at 7.00am at the Manly memorial part way between the wharf and the Manly Library where on the 7 September 1790, Wil-Lee-Me-Ring speared Governor Captain Arthur Phillip.

“You and me come together as one in Aboriginal country”

Contact Colin Hutton and Neil Evers on behalf of ASGMWP on 0404353253. for more information.