Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre

August 22, 2018

This term, the year three students are investigating 'Watharong, People Who Belong to Water' as their Inquiry unit. On Tuesday 21st August, all grades head out on an excursion to Narana. While we were there, students discovered indigenous flora and fauna, learnt how to throw boomerangs and listened to a wonderful presentation about artefacts. Some highlights from the day included hand feeding emus and wallabies, tasting lemon myrtle and listening to the didgeridoo. 

“Narana” means Listening and Learning, but it’s a deep, deep listening in which you take in and live out. It is this concept of “Listening and Learning For Life”  If you would like to know more about Narana you can visit their website HERE.

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