Murama Indigenous Youth Summit is a resilience-based cultural intervention program which is based on the strengths of Aboriginal culture that aims to heal our communities. Click here for more information about Murama Youth Summit The Murama River Rangers is a community inspired vision by community Elders for Indigenous-led custodianship of the River and its surrounding precious ecosystems Click here for more information about Murama River Rangers The Murama Dance ground is a functional art installation that provides the community with a safe place to gather and participate in cultural and spiritual activities. Click here for more information about Murama Dance Ground The Murama Healing Space is inspired by community and enabled by SOPA as an evolving hub for local, regional and international Indigenous arts, learning and collaboration. Click here for more information about Murama Healing Space Check out the latest videos, virtual events, VR and 360 videos, virutal field trip and more at murama.tv Checkout out murama.tv We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.