Take a virtual walk along the ANU Indigenous Heritage Trail

28 May 2020

Discover the secrets of the ANU Indigenous Heritage Trail, with a  new video series which brings the trail to life. The online series lets you explore a Bush Tucker Garden, uncover the cultural significance of scar trees and learn more about Kambri.

The series is being launched during 2020 National Reconciliation Week and will continue to grow as more trail sites are recorded.  It has been developed by ANU Learning Communities and the ANU National Centre for Indigenous Studies.

In the videos Indigenous elders as well as ANU staff and students explain the meaning and significance of key Indigenous Heritage sites across the campus.   

Video

Presenter(s)

Introduction to the ANU Indigenous Heritage Trail

Professor Brian Schmidt

Welcome to Country with Wally Bell

Wally Bell, Buru Ngunawal Elder

Welcome to Country with Matilda House 

Dr Matilda House, Ngambri / Ngunnawal Elder   

The meaning of Kambri

Paul House Girrawah (Ngambri /Ngunnawal) Representative