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Bush Tucker and Wellbeing


Dale Tilbrook Experiences

Food is our medicine and medicine is our food. Some plants of the Australian bush are not only tasty food, but also contain amazing nutrients, antioxidants and other properties. Learn about accessible bushfood plants and their properties and uses by Dale Tilbrook, a Wardandi Bibbulmun woman, at the Maalinup Aboriginal Art Gallery in the Swan Valley.

The Bush Tucker and Wellbeing experience explores Aboriginal agricultural practices, the Nyungar Six Seasons, learning about native food and medicine plants, and bush tucker fruits, nuts, seeds, herbs, leaves and sweet and savoury dishes.

Insights into your experience

In a relaxed setting of Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery in the Swan Valley you can taste a variety of wild bush foods, explore the bush food garden and feed the emus who are happy to pose for a photo opportunity. 

Learn about the nutritional value and healing properties of various Australian native food and medicine plants from Dale. Sample unique wellbeing foods and herbs. Then try some bush tucker teas and snacks based on these foods.


Aboriginal guide

You should bring

Water bottle

Things to know

Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours
Wheelchair accessible
Medical dietary requirements can be met (advanced notice required)


  • Aboriginal Guide
  • Some bush tucker snacks
  • Wander through the bush food gardens and Aboriginal Art Gallery

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Meeting point

Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery, 10070 West Swan Road, Henley Brook. Please arrive 15 mins prior to departure time


Maalinup Aboriginal Gallery, 10070 West Swan Road, Henley Brook. Next door to Supa Golf at the Swan Valley Oasis Resort in the Swan Valley.

Ready for an experience you won’t forget?

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