This Welcome to Dja Dja Wurrung Country smoking ceremony is performed by Rodney Carter, who explains the meaning of the native plants he uses.
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Learn about Tammy Gilson, a Wadawurrung ba-gurrk woman, and her passion for living, working and caring for Country.
Explore Royal Botanical Gardens Victoria with an Aboriginal guide, Kalkani Choolburra, and discover indigenous plant uses.
Jackson Chatfield is a Gunditjmara man who explains the power and value of being on Country.
MCT builds partnerships between Parks Victoria & Traditional Owners so we can manage healthy cultural landscapes together.
Explore the extraordinary World Heritage-listed Budj Bim landscape. Join Budj Bim tours to discover how Traditional Owners used lava to trap eels in this ancient aquaculture system.
Hear stories from respected Barapa Barapa Elder Aunty Esther who shares her deep spiritual connection to Country against the backdrop of the iconic Gunbower Forest.
The Kids join Ranger Ebonee, a proud Wadawurrung woman, as she discusses the cultural significance of You Yangs.
Uncover the Indigenous plants growing at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria's Long Island with Aboriginal guide, Jakobi.
Watch this recording of a Q&A with Traditional Owners about managing Country together.
Giants, a rainbow serpent and a flying emu have taken over Kalimna Park Castlemaine. What are these strange creatures?
Walking Together- Balak Kalik Manya is a project being led by Djandak (Dja Dja Wurrung Enterprises) in Central Victoria.
See the Gunditjmara Traditional Owners’ cultural burn on the Kurtonitj IPA in Budj Bim National Park. Burns pass on traditional skills and deliver cultural and environmental outcomes.
Reviewed 30 March 2021