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  • koorie derives from...
  • boonwurrung and woiwurrung are traditional...
  • at the royal botanic gardens Melbourne...
  • koorie derives from the word 'people' in the indigenous languages of coastal groups of central and norther NSW. it is the current group self description of many people of indigenous decent living in Victoria and south central NSW
  • charcoal lane...
  • boonwurrung and woiwurrung (wurundjeri) are traditional owners of Melbourne. the area around Melbourne has been inhabited for over 40,000 year by indigenous people. the Yarra river was the land of the woiwurrung, one of 5 groups that make up the kulin nation which inhabited the central slice of what is now victoria
  • the thing that matters most is...
  • there is a bunjilaka aboriginal cultural centre located in the Melbourne museum. there is a Aboriginal heritage walk at the royal botanic gardens Melbourne gardens, which provide a unique insight of both gardens and its traditional owners. 
  • NAIDOC week celebrations...
  • charcoal lane in a mission australia restaurant that provide guidance and opportunity to young Aboriginal people that are needing a fresh start in life. the aim of the program is to create a skill workforce for the hospitality industry the contemporary menu is season based and draws the best of native australia foods.
  • the thing that matters most is that the food they serve is truly delicious they serve anything from chargrilled camel sausage spaghetti to kangaroo sliders they have native spiced flatbread and also some desserts. charcoal lane is truely a life changing experience.
  • NAIDOC week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres strait islanders. each year there is a different focus city. NAIDOC originally stood for 'national Aborigines and islanders day observance committee. this is celebrated not only in indigenous communities but by australians from all walks of life
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