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CANCELLED Eel migration and sea country, what it means to us.

DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES THIS EVENT HAS UNFORTUNATELY BEEN CANCELLED

Come and have a yarn with Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owner Dennis Rose and hear about the migration patterns of Kooyang (Short-finned eel) along the coast of Nyamat Mirring.

Fisher’s Wetland Walk with Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony – Newhaven

Observe the waterbirds present at Fisher’s Wetland followed by a short walk to look at nearby coastal saltmarsh and mangroves.

Shoreline Secrets with Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony – Warrnambool

Discover the amazing diversity of the intertidal, on a leisurely walk along our coast with local expert Marg.

Blue Justice, Seaweed-Sustainability and Indigenous rights in the developing Australasian seaweed industry

Join Zoe Brittain to hear about her research collaborating with Aboriginal Saltwater peoples and Māori to explore their traditional knowledge of seaweeds. This research aims to investigate the ways in which the current seaweed industry interacts with Indigenous peoples and their knowledge and answer questions such as ‘what do we mean when we say ‘sustainable seaweed’?’

 

Nocturnal Ramble with Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony – Eagle Point

Come on a possum prowl through the delightful scrub around Eagle Point. Join us as we look for gliders, bats and large forest owls…

Aboriginal Coastal Discovery : 25 Jan 2020 – Mordialloc

Aboriginal Coastal Discovery : 25th Jan 2020 – Mordialloc


Dean Stewart is a passionate Wemba Wemba-Wergaia man of Victoria, with over 25 years’ experience creating, co-ordinating and conducting Cultural Education, tourism, conservation and interpretation programs and projects.


As an Aboriginal owned and operated endeavour, Dean can give voice and perceptions to his own culture experiences while meandering along the Mordialloc coastline.




BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL


This event is suitable for all ages.  Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult.


Everyone welcome – if you have concerns about accessibility or mobility, please contact us.


If you have booked and can no longer attend, please cancel via Eventbrite website, so another participant can join us.




What to Bring …



  • Bottle of water 

  • Fly repellent 

  • Food eg. snacks 

  • Hat 

  • Sunscreen

  • A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile! 




Where to Meet …


Mordialloc Life Saving Club Building, 199 Beach Rd, Mordialloc, carpark – near Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place.




Please Note …


Parking ticket or Local Council Parking Permit required in beach carpark.


Alternatively, use free street parking or public transport.

Aboriginal Coastal Discovery : 05 Jan 2020 – Mordialloc

Aboriginal Coastal Discovery : 5th Jan 2020 – Beaumaris


Dean Stewart is a passionate Wemba Wemba-Wergaia man of Victoria, with over 25 years’ experience creating, co-ordinating and conducting Cultural Education, tourism, conservation and interpretation programs and projects.


As an Aboriginal owned and operated endeavour, Dean can give voice and perceptions to his own culture experiences while meandering along the Mordialloc coastline.




BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL


This event is suitable for all ages.  Children under 16 years of age must be supervised by an accompanying adult.


Everyone welcome – if you have concerns about accessibility or mobility, please contact us.


If you have booked and can no longer attend, please cancel via Eventbrite website, so another participant can join us.




What to Bring …



  • Bottle of water 

  • Fly repellent 

  • Food eg. snacks 

  • Hat 

  • Sunscreen

  • A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile! 




Where to Meet …


Derrimut Weelam Gathering Place located inside the Mordialloc Life Saving Club Building, 199 Beach Rd, Mordialloc.




Please Note …


Parking ticket or Local Council Parking Permit required in beach carpark.


Alternatively, use free street parking or public transport.

Eastern Maar Traditional Seaweed Bag Making 14 January 2020 – Warrnambool




Come along and learn the traditional way of making a seaweed bag with an Eastern Maar Traditional Owner. 



This Event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by a supervising adult.





What to Bring…

 

Yourself and your creativity. 



Also please bring a hat and sunscreen in case we do some of the activity outside.





Where to meet…

The meeting place for this activity is in the La Bella Room at the Pavilion Cafe, Warrnambool.


Wadawurrung Cultural Education 22 January 2020 – Point Roadknight





Come and join with the Traditional Owners of this land, the Wadawurrung People, to explore culture, history and the local landscape through a walk and talk across Country. 

 

This event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.






What to Bring…

 

Suitable clothing for the weather conditions – be sun smart


  • Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat

  • Bottle of water

  • Insect repellant

  • Food eg. snacks

  • Sturdy Shoes no thongs

  • A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


Where to meet…

The meeting place will be provided in your confirmation email upon booking.


Wadawurrung Cultural Education 15 January 2020 – Torquay




Come and join with the Traditional Owners of this land, the Wadawurrung People, to explore culture, history and the local landscape through a walk and talk across Country. 

 

This event is suitable for all ages. Children under 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.





What to Bring…

 

Suitable clothing for the weather conditions – be sun smart


  • Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat

  • Bottle of water

  • Insect repellant

  • Food eg. snacks

  • Sturdy Shoes no thongs

  • A happy disposition, an inquisitive nature and a smile!


Where to meet…

The meeting place will be provided in your confirmation email upon booking.