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Connect to country. Walk in the footsteps of our old people.

  • ALBURY - Wagirra Trail and Yindyamarra Sculpture Walk

    Wiradjuri Country. Along the 5km trail are sculptures created by local Aboriginal artists with panels and links to smart phone videos that share stories of cultural significance.
  • BELLS BEACH - Point Addis Koori Cultural Walk

    Wathaurong Country. A 2km trail (one-hour return) that details how the Wathaurung people lived here for millennia. A lovely bushwalk through the Great Otway National Park with echidnas and wallabies, and spectacular coastal outlooks.
  • CHILTERN - Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site

    Dhudhuroa Country. A one-hour long circular walking track that takes the traveler through the Yeddonba Aboriginal Cultural Site. The site contains areas of significant cultural importance including a rock shelter, a bush tucker area and red-ochre paintings. Information boards along the way help narrate the journey.
  • GREENVALE - Woodlands Historic Park

    Wurundjeri Country. The Woodlands Historic Park has a variety of different walking tracks including a cultural walk circuit. The journey will take around 1 hour. There is an abundance of wildlife to experience, scar trees to see and sites of traditional stool tool useage.
  • LITTLE RIVER - East - West Walk You Yangs Regional Park

    Wathaurong Country. The 4.5km walk will take between 2-3 hours to complete. Experience stunning views, an abundance of birdlife and a Bunjil geoglyph with a wing span of 100 meters and an Aboriginal rock shelter.
  • MELBOURNE - Birrarung Marr

    Wurundjeri Country. 'Birrarung' is the traditional name of the Yarra River; and 'marr' refers to the mist that sometimes settles over the Birrarung. Loosely the words are often translated to 'river of mists'.
  • MORWELL - Waterhole Creek Cultural Trail

    Gunaikurnai Country. This 5km walk along Waterhole Creek contains a series of boarded artworks by elder Uncle Ronald Edwards which explain Gunaikurnai’s cultural heritage through stories and their meanings.
  • TORQUAY - Wathaurong Country Surf Coast Walk

    Wathaurong Country. This 5.7km journey will take the traveller through the windswept sand dunes and coastal regions that the Wathaurong people tread and camped each season for thousands of years with evidence of their culture and lifestyle still present.
  • WANGARATTA - Bullawah Cultural Trail

    Bpangerang Country. This is a 2.4km self-guided family friendly trail along the Ovens River which explores Aboriginal stories, spirituality, culture, food, sculptures and a uniquely curated Bush Tucker Garden.
  • WARRAK - La-Ne-Jeering Walk Langi Ghiran State Park

    Djab Wurrung Country. This 2km walking trail leads to a sacred art site significant to the Djab Wurrung people. The site is found in the Langri Ghiran State Park which has granite peaks and sloping woodlands.
  • WARRANDYTE - Wurundjeri Stories Trail

    Wurundjeri Country. With the option of a 1km riverside path or a 3.5km loop, this signed-trail explores Wurundjeri history, culture, lifestyle and spirituality. Each sign has a section entitled ‘Bunjil’s Challenge’ which encourages walkers to explore the local surrounds to further their understanding of Wurundjeri life.
  • WATSONS CREEK - Gawa Wurundjeri Resource Trail

    Wurundjeri Country. This short 340m self-guided walking trail explains how Wurundjeri people lived near the creek and used the land to obtain bush foods, medicines, tools, shelter and clothes. The trail introduces visitors to the indigenous flora and fauna, including manna gums, Lomandra (used to weave baskets) and wombat burrows.
  • WAUGORAH - Yanga National Park

    Mutthi-Mutthi, Nari-Nari & Yitta-Yitta Country. The Yanga National Park is rich in Aboriginal history providing food, shelter and medicine for generations. The park contains a number of scar trees from canoe-making.
  • WODONGA - Burraja Bush Tucker Garden

    Dhudhuroa & Waveroo Country. The Burraja Garden has been created to preserve and share traditional knowledge in the uses of local Indigenous plants that were used by Aboriginal people. It is open for public use at any time.

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