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Recording Traditional Knowledge at Corio Bay

Recording Traditional Knowledge at Corio Bay - Nyoka and Amanda

Local traditional owners, the Darumbal People, hold a rich ecological and cultural knowledge about their country. FBA visited Corio Bay with four Darumbal elders, Nyoka, Amanda, Bill and Tosie, to learn about this environment. The videos focused on traditional ecological knowledge and cultural significance of the area, and were developed through funding from the Australian Government. Elders have shared their knowledge to ensure it is available for future generations, and to facilitate cross-cultural understanding within the wider community

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Recording Traditional Knowledge at Corio Bay

Recording Traditional Ecological Knowledge Corio Bay Bill and Tosie

Local traditional owners, the Darumbal People, hold a rich ecological and cultural knowledge about their country. FBA visited Corio Bay with four Darumbal elders, Nyoka, Amanda, Bill and Tosie, to learn about this environment. The videos focused on traditional ecological knowledge and cultural significance of the area, and were developed through funding from the Australian Government. Elders have shared their knowledge to ensure it is available for future generations, and to facilitate cross-cultural understanding within the wider community.

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Darumabl Enterprises Gurridalla Dancers

Darumabl Enterprises Gurridalla Dancers visit FBA's Flow Center

Darumabl Enterprises dancers taught the visitors their Mulgadi 'corroboree" dance and their kangaroo and emu dance. Emus and kangaroos only move forward not backwards. This dance is about showing how Darumabl youth are moving forward and achieving their goals.

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Sign unveiled at Mulambin Beach (Manuwi)

Sign unveiled at Mulambin Beach (Manuwi)

Next time you visit Mulambin Beach, keep an eye out for this sign. Featuring local native flora and fauna, the sign features the traditional Darumbal language of the area.

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