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North Stradbroke Island arts and culture ‘integral’ as community carves out a new economy

Indigenous art forms and culture are said to be experiencing a renaissance of sorts on Queensland’s North Stradbroke Island, also known as Minjerribah, and it could see the tourism destination and former sand mining site carve out a new economic driver.

Local woven fibres artist Anaheke Metua, who runs weaving workshops, says people want to connect with the land and the community.

“It’s a time where people want more depth in their experiences of where they go and the people they meet and the places they get to enjoy, like Minjerribah,” she said.

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