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Saturday 9 February 2019

Bush Food Picnic

As the diet of the Aboriginal people changes with the seasons, so do our tour activities. Take a guided bush walk with Shared Knowledge to forage for seasonal native bush foods and medicines and discover their cultural uses.

During this three hour tour you will discover the importance of traditional bush foods to the Aboriginal people, and sample foods found in Centennial Parklands.

Learn about the traditional seasons and how they influence what is hunted and gathered. Taste traditional foods and flavours which, depending on the season, could include kangaroo, emu, quandong, wattle, finger-lime and salt bush.

The session will include:
  • A guided walk
  • Passionate local guides
  • Fresh morning and native brewed tea
  • Encounter wildlife and learn their importance to Aboriginal people
  • Countless photo opportunities in a stunning, cultural significant location
  • Delicious 3 course tasting menu of original Australian bush tucker - prepared by our Aboriginal chefs & educators
What to bring:
  • Enclosed & comfortable shoes
  • Warm jumper & waterproof jacket
  • Sunglasses and sunhat
  • Water bottle
  • Camera
  • Personal medication
  • A sense of adventure
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Minimum numbers required to run this program.
 

When

Saturday 9 February 2019

Price

1x Adult = $65.00
1x Child = $59.00

Where

The WILD PLAY Discovery Centre

Who

Ages 5+
Families

Transport

Public transport recommended. Limited parking available
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