Walking Bundanon with Gadhungal Murring | 29 May

Join the incredible orators of Gadhungal Murring on a trek up across country.

Join the incredible orators of Gadhungal Murring on a walk and discover the trees and plants that have provided Traditional Custodians with materials for canoes, shields and fish traps for generations.

Learn about cultural artifact making processes, bush tucker and natural medicines along the way.

On return, stay for a floor talk on the making of the Nawi and Fish Trap featured in the From Impulse to Action exhibition in the Art Museum.

Ages: All ages

Walk commences: Arrive 10am for 10.30am start

Walk finishes: 12.30pm (approximately)

Distance: 2km return

Grade: Medium.

What to bring? Day pack with water and snacks. Walking shoes.

Visiting details: Attendees will gather at the Art Museum Forecourt at 10.15am. The group will be guided on the walk around the property.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.


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In Dharawal the word Bundanon means deep valley.

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