Tranby stories – Voice, Treaty, Truth

13 Mansfield street, Glebe, NSW, Australia 2037

Our colourful street library acknowledges Gadigal country and pays respect to the traditional knowledge holders and continued custodians of the land on which Tranby stands.

This deadly street library was designed and painted by Aunty Kathy Dodd Farrawell, proud Kaanju-Birri woman and local Glebe community member. It’s colours represent our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community and its design highlights the importance of knowledge as it spreads through community. The library door holds the words ‘Voice Treaty Truth’ which symbolises the importance of every Australian to read, learn and educate themselves about Australia’s turbulent history, to create a more equitable future for all Australians.

Located at:13 Mansfield street, Glebe, NSW, Australia 2037

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