- 13 Apr 2023
- 8:30 am - 2:00 pm
Connecting to Culture – A Presentation & Walk On Country with the Undalup Association
Aboriginal heritage is a central element in Aboriginal spirituality and customary lore and is inseparable from the natural environment which is associated with dreaming stories and cultural learning that links Aboriginal people with who they are and where they belong. Its conservation ensures continued respect for the ancestors and ancestral beings who shaped the land.
The Wadandi People have a long association with the South West and its natural resources. Aboriginal lore (learning and knowledge of tradition) dictates how best to keep “Caring for Country”, and the Undalup Association have been sharing this learning & knowledge with the broader South West communities for number of years.
“It is important for others to have an understanding of, and connection to our land, to respect and learn from the Wadandi land and sea management practices, so that together we can all explore ways to keep “Caring for Country”. The Undalup Association
Join us for a 1/2 day presentation and on country walk in the Scott River National Park with the Undalup Association and Rangers. This is a not to be missed opportunity to build your own knowledge & awareness of the history of the Wadandi people and their traditional knowledge and learning to care for country.
When? Thursday April 13th, 8.30am to 2.00pm
Where? The Lower Blackwood LCDC Office, 403 Kudardup Road, Kudardup WA 6288
What else? Morning Tea & Lunch will be provided, BYO refillable water bottle, dress for weather and wear appropriate footwear for a walk through bush.
How? Register your details & special dietary requirements through this event page.
For any queries please contact Kate Tarrant on Mob: 0409 203 056 | Email: [email protected]
This event forms part of the LCDC’s Scott River Action plan Implementation Strategy project, and is supported through funding from the Western Australian Government’s State NRM Program.