Jamanee Gunya Cultural Experience Course - Burrill Lake
Experience two days with Noel Butler and Trish Roberts at Jamanee Gunya on a Cultural Experience Course. Learn about the culture of the Budawang people - the local Aboriginal people of the Milton area on the South Coast of New South Wales.
Noel Butler is a traditional custodian and Jamanee Gunya's educator. Noel relays the stories and customs of his people - the Budawang people.
Cultural Experience Camps run as requested by educational institutions, and public demand.
Jamanee Gunya is a non-profit organisation created to run courses in Australian Aboriginal culture: their ultimate goal is to foster cultural understanding in the community.
Noel has over 25 years experience in teaching Aboriginal culture Australia wide. Funds raised through cultural experience courses are channelled into Jamanee Gunya's work educating and empowering Indigenous youths. Noel hopes to motivate a future generation of positive role models for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike.
Jamanee Gunya Cultural Experience CourseDay One starts with a welcome by traditional custodian, Noel Butler. Over the course of the two days you will learn the local history and traditional Aboriginal lifestyle in a pleasant tranquil bush environment.
View and handle a large range of traditional Aboriginal tools and weapons, understand in caring for the environment through participation in bush skills, including fire lighting, use of tools, bush tucker and medicine plants, art, music and dance. Take a bush walk to a significant site and canoe on the pristine Meroo Lake.
All meals are freshly prepared on site and vegetarians are catered for.
Accommodation is shared - dormitory style or, if you would prefer tents are available.
|Start Location||Jamanee Gunya, Burrill Lake, Burrill Lake|
|Highlights||Meroo National Park, Burrill Lake Canoeing on Meroo Lake, Termeil Cultural Learning, Termeil|
|Travel by||Canoe, Car, Walk|
|Price||$350.00 Price Range Two days and one night Cultural Camp per person including bush style accommodation and meals.|