See country through Noongar ways of being
An immersive and transformational experience, students who visit Nowanup begin to see country through Noongar ways of being, doing and knowing.
Listening to the stories and wisdom of Elders, learning Noongar language whilst being in a landscape that was once degraded farmland and is now a thriving and diverse ecological habitat. With opportunities to experience places of cultural significance sharing, feeling and connecting to the essence of a living culture and rich heritage.
Giving thanks to the boodja(land), students are able to gather bushfoods and participate in a cook up to experience some of the unique local superfoods.
Guided by local crafts people students have the opportunity to handcraft spears, digging and tapping sticks that have been sourced from local materials to take home.
Evening reflections shared under the stars, reconnecting to the ancient art of storytelling around the fire, opens the space for deep learning leaving the impression of a lifetime.