Saturday 25 September 2021
Come join us on a reflective walk that will spoil your senses- learn and taste some of the delights of Ngaltingga Karrawadlungka
Ngaltingga Karrawadlungka is a place of great cultural significance for Kaurna Peoples. It hosts an abundance of food sources, with over 50 edible plant species.
This event will offer a unique experience of this special place, with an immersive walk and sensory exploration of the native bushland led by Quahli Newchurch, proud Kaurna, Narungga, Kokatha woman.
It will be a wonderful opportunity to learn more about Kaurna culture and in particular edible foods – a chance to witness the landscape through a First Nations perspective and deepen connection and understanding of the importance of Country to us all.
There will be a bush food tasting and tea provided.
This event is part of the Nature Festival from 25 September to 4 October 2021. With over two hundred events for all ages, the Nature Festival is back for our second year and full of creative ways to connect with nature and each other.