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Brooke Blurton

Big Love

Brooke Blurton Sat 25 Feb Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn $24
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Sat 25 Feb at Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn, from $24

Presented in association with Fremantle Arts Centre

Noongar-Yamatji woman Brooke Blurton set tongues wagging and hearts racing across Australia when she became the first Indigenous woman to have both men and women vying for her heart in The Bachelorette. Join her in conversation with Roanna Edwards as she discusses her raw, moving and uplifting memoir about courage, resilience and the transformative power of love. 

Brooke Blurton is a proud Noongar-Yamatji woman and broke records as the first Indigenous and bisexual Bachelorette for Network Ten’s reality television franchise. Brooke is a passional mental health advocate and champion of young people, especially First Nations and queer youth, and all people of colour. Brooke developed her passion for mental health advocacy as a youth worker by reflecting on her own challenging journey and educating young people about essential life skills, including Aboriginal Mental Health First Aid. Brooke is an RUOK Ambassador, supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart via the Uluru Youth Network, and is a champion for LGBTIQ groups. She lives in Melbourne.

Time & Location

Sat 25 Feb

2.30pm Fremantle Arts Centre, South Lawn, 1 Finnerty St, Fremantle / Walyalup



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