Walk with the Gunditjmara People at their recently proclaimed World Heritage site
Spend two and a half hours on country with traditional owners looking at different types of fish and eel traps at Tyrendarra (near Portland).
THURSDAY, 24th OCTOBER.
Depart by bus from the Camperdown Heritage Centre at 8.30 am
Approximate cost (depending on numbers): $75.00/person (includes bus)
The site we will visit is older than the pyramids, the Acropolis and Stonehenge and has recently been added to the World Heritage list. It was created about 6,600 years ago by the Gunditjmara people and is considered one of the world’s oldest freshwater aquaculture systems.
READ: “Age” article by Tony Wright about Budj Bim and
“Age” article by Miki Perkins about Budj Bim here;
Gillian Senior: Ph. 5593 1592
Maree Belyea Ph. 0417 352 987
!! Change of booking date !!
Firm bookings must be made by Tuesday 10th September.
NOTE: Tour involves some longish but easy walking on good tracks