The Karrke Aboiginal Cultural Experience
A short guided walk and talk on areas of importance in our cultural knowledge about bush tucker (Aboriginal bush foods), bush medicines used for spiritual and physical healing and a lot more, as used by the Luritja and Pertame (Southern Aranda) people of Central Australia region.
In our shaded seating areas, you will learn how important the grinding rock and stone is to our people in the use of grinding edible tree and grass seeds gathered by our people, bush medicine use and other multiple uses explained. We will also share with you a range of other seasonal Bush Tucker foods gathered from our lands which are still eaten today — including the Witchetty Grub.
An Aboriginal Dot painting explained in great detail and the cultural relevance behind the patterns and symbols in our dot art forms. You will also see how our people made traditional wood artefacts, including clap sticks, necklaces and weapons made from local woods in Central Australia region by our people.