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Explore the traditional homelands of the Gunditjmara people

UPCOMING: Female Basket Weaving Workshops

Date: 19th - 28th September 2016

Every Monday & Wednesday

Time: 11am - 2pm

Cost: $20 pp

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The far south west of Victoria is the traditional homelands of the Gunditjmara nation

For thousands of years, Gunditjmara people engineered and constructed an extensive aquaculture system along the Mt Eccles/Tyrendarra Lava flow and wetlands.

The aquaculture system and permanent lifestyle of the Gunditjmara people are widely recognised and valued as being unique in the world's human history of settlement and society.

Evidence of the aquaculture system, including stone eel traps and channels, and the lifestyle, including stone house sites and smoking trees, are located along the Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape.

The Budj Bim National Heritage Landscape was declared by the Australian Government in July 2004 for its outstanding values that are part of Australia's National Heritage.

Now you can join us and explore the historically and environmentally significant areas with our local run tours. 

As our guests you can do one of our suggested itineraries or mix and match the sites to create your own tour.

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Budj Bim Tours

21 Scott Street
Heywood, Victoria
Australia 3304

PH: (03) 5527-1699
FAX: (03) 5527-2052