We acknowledge the Wadawurrung, Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung speaking people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of these grasslands, waterways and basalt plains.

We recognise all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as belonging to the First Nations of the lands now known as Australia.

We pay respect to the wisdom of Ancestors and diversity of Elders, past, present and emerging.

Auslan Acknowledgements of Country with Jody Barney

Wadawurrung country stretches from the mountains to the sea. It includes hills, rivers & grassy plains, creeks & coasts, including modern towns such as Werribee, Geelong and Ballarat in Victoria.

This video is set in Wurdi Youang which means big hill in the middle of a plain. Here we explain the story behind how this impressive series of granite ridges, was formed & why it is part of an ancient song line.

Introduction to Bunurong Country.

Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation aims to preserve & protect the sacred lands & waterways of our ancestors, their places, traditional cultural practices and stories.

Waking up Woiwurring with Mandy Nicholson is a series of educational videos about Woiwurrung language, created by Clothing the Gaps. Each video answers a question about Woiwurrung language & how cultural knowledge is embedded in language. In this video, Mandy answers the question

Aboriginal art work - circles with green leaves on the edge