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Join Anne and Grant at the Wuddi Cultural Centre for a one hour bush food experience and introduction into their culture in Dumbleyung in Australia’s Golden Outback region of Western Australia.
Relax in the sunken bush food garden, roast quandong nuts over the fire and listen to yarns about local Wilman history and the traditional Aboriginal lifestyle of the region’s first people. Sample traditional bush foods, some with a modern twist like emu pate, quandong jam and bush damper washed down with a calming cup of lemon myrtle and native strawberry tea.
The short 45-60 minute bushfood experience is a relaxing way to gain an introduction to traditional bush foods and local culture.
Located at Wuddi Cultural Centre in Dumbleyung, join the Rileys as you relax in the sunken bush food garden surrounded by native bush foods. Your guide Grant will welcome you in language and share his history, traditional artefacts, storytelling and cultural heritage of the area and its first people.
Try your hand at roasting quandong nuts over the fire whilst sampling Anne’s modern twist of emu pate, homemade jam, bush damper and tea.
The bush garden and displays featuring a special collection of Aboriginal artwork and artefacts and you can visit the Cultural Centre to purchase any homemade jams by Anne or any of the art work and gifts on display.
This tour runs on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10:00am - 11:00am.
This tour operates with a minimum of 2 guests and a maximum of 20 guests.
The Bush Food Garden is located down the side of the Wuddi Cultural Centre. Whilst it can be shady, we advise that you bring a hat and sunscreen.
Dumbleyung Cultural Centre, 22 Harvey Street, Dumbleyung, Western Australia.