Guided Indigenous Walk, Talk and Art

Saturday 17 March 2018 9-10.30am
Event is suitable for
Families with childrenYouthSeniorsAboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders

It's Bunuru, the season of hot weather and adolescence.

Take a guided stroll with an experienced guide to learn about the cultural importance of Bibra Lake, Nyungar use of the land and the Nyungar six seasons.

An art and culture session will also be run as part of this event.

Bush tucker light refreshments will be provided.

Please bring your drink bottle and wear long trousers, enclosed footwear and a hat.

Meeting location is Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre. The walk will take place in the bushland and wetland foreshore that surrounds Bibra Lake.

Cost: $5

Bookings are essential.

All ages welcome. Suitable for families with children over six years of age.

Cockburn Wetlands Education Centre

184 Hope Road,
Bibra Lake WA 6163



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City of Cockburn


Phone 08 9411 3444

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