Gawa Wurundjeri Resource Trail

The Gawa Wurundjeri Resource Trail is a 340m loop with markers explaining how the Wurundjeri clan lived near the creek and used the land to obtain bush foods, medicines, implements, shelter and clothes. The trail introduces visitors to the indigenous flora and fauna, including manna gums, Lomandra (used to weave baskets) and wombat burrows.

The Trail was launched by Wurundjeri elder Jim Wandin and the Nillumbik Reconciliation Group in partnership with the Nillumbik Shire Council on 12 August 2001

The Trail is a bush walk of discovery through Wurundjeri country - a country which is rich in natural resources that sustained the Wurundjeri people for more than 40,000 years.