Check out this new free ebook 'Learning on Country—what do ya know?' from the KidsMatter Early Childhood collection. Get it here: http://www.kidsmatter.edu.au/ebook/kmec/KidsMatter-learning-on-country/#/0

Check out this new free ebook 'Learning on Country—what do ya know?' from the KidsMatter Early Childhood collection. Get it here: http://www.kidsmatter.edu.au/ebook/kmec/KidsMatter-learning-on-country/#/0

How to be An Ally to Indigenous Peoples - New Poster from The Two Row Campaign and Syracuse Cultural Workers

How to be An Ally to Indigenous Peoples - New Poster from The Two Row Campaign and Syracuse Cultural Workers

Learn about traditional Aboriginal art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the #newvic!

Learn about traditional Aboriginal art and try it out yourself with this printable worksheet inspired by SALTBUSH at the #newvic!

Within your teams talk about how you understand the Guiding Principle Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are valued.

Within your teams talk about how you understand the Guiding Principle Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures are valued.

Halcyon House Opens its Doors in Cabarita NSW #travel #style #nsw #holiday #luxury #travel #halcyon

Halcyon House Opens its Doors in Cabarita NSW #travel #style #nsw #holiday #luxury #travel #halcyon

Pigface | Australian Bush Tucker Food Edible Plants -- A ground running creeper with fleshy leaves and little purple flowers or purple fruit. Can be eaten raw or boiled and eaten as greens. You can apply the juice to sandfly bites or make a poultice of crushed leaves to apply to burns and scalds. The Ngaruk willum people of Port Phillip Bay Victoria used it as a balm to minimise pain. Aborigine Permaculture

Pigface | Australian Bush Tucker Food Edible Plants -- A ground running creeper with fleshy leaves and little purple flowers or purple fruit. Can be eaten raw or boiled and eaten as greens. You can apply the juice to sandfly bites or make a poultice of crushed leaves to apply to burns and scalds. The Ngaruk willum people of Port Phillip Bay Victoria used it as a balm to minimise pain. Aborigine Permaculture

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