Colonial Green Spaces

In the City of Sydney, there are more than 400 parks and open spaces offering more than 188 hectares of natural respite. But are these places we go to, to escape the concrete jungles that tower over us, just another reminder that we have buried our histories?

This is part two of a series exploring the classism of the environmental movement.


Professor Jaky Troy – Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research at the University of Sydney.

Peter McNeil – Distinguished Professor in Design History, School of Design at the University of Technology Sydney.

Penny Allan – Professor of Landscape Architecture, School of Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney.

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