Aboriginal Cultural Walk – Native plants of Bunganditj Country

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Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park

Beach Carpark

Piccaninnie Ponds Road

Wye, SA 5291

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This November we are celebrating our Limestone Coast National Parks as our Parks of the Month.

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Join Bunganditj Elder, Ken Jones for a guided walk identifying bush Foods and medicinal plants found in the park. Ken’s interest in the local environment began early, when he was fortunate to join many family hunting and fishing trips along the Limestone Coast, beach combing, bush tucker, growing a native fruit orchard and timber forests. His work and volunteer career spans commercial fishing and fishery management, environmental building, habitat restoration, and field and bird surveys.

Ken leads “Limestone Coast Bush Adventures”, teaching and addressing environmental Care for Bunganditj Country.

Who’s it for?

This event is for all ages.

What to bring:

  • Enclosed footwear
  • Personal sun protection
  • Insect repellant
  • Drinking water
  • Hand sanitiser
  • Personal medication

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Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park

Beach Carpark, Piccaninnie Ponds Road, Wye

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Important:

  • This event may be cancelled if severe weather or total fire ban is forecast.
  • All attendees must comply with COVID-19 safety protocols and check-in on arrival using QR code or manual check-in form.
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Piccaninnie Ponds Conservation Park

Beach Carpark

Piccaninnie Ponds Road

Wye, SA 5291

Australia

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National Parks and Wildlife Service South Australia is the home of South Australia’s most inspiring natural places.

From seemingly endless red sand dunes to rugged mountain scenery, sandy beaches, diverse bushland and cherished picnic and camping grounds, South Australia boasts an extensive and comprehensive parks system.

Parks encompass more than 20 percent of the state and offer a wide range of experiences. Whether you want to take it easy on a local walking trail, cuddle a koala, fish magnificent beaches, dive with sharks or sleep under the stars, there’s an adventure for everyone.

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