Mununjali People cultural appreciation tour
We value our relationships with Indigenous communities and recognise their inherent connection to their traditional lands. Late last year, members of the Kagaru to Acacia Ridge and Bromelton project team attended a Mununjali People cultural appreciation tour near Beaudesert.
Led by Traditional Owners, the team participated in a permission ceremony including Acknowledgment of Country, ochre paint up and smoking ceremony. We viewed and heard the history of some ancient artefacts and listened to stories of the mountains at the yarning circle.
Our guided tour included sampling and learning about native foods, sites of cultural and historical significance, viewing canoe scar trees, as well as a totem pole dedicated to the South Sea Islanders who were brought to Australia to work on sugar and cotton plantations.
We would like to thank the Mununjali People for a very informative, thought-provoking, and enjoyable experience. To learn more about Mununjali country, visit fiverivers.net.au/mununjali-profile
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Euroa reference guide
For Inland Rail in Euroa, the station precinct and Anderson Street bridge will need to be modified to safely allow for double-stacked trains and we’re working on designs that consider site conditions, technical issues and community feedback.
May 4, 2021
Kagaru to Acacia Ridge & Bromelton May newsletter
In the May edition of the Kagaru and Acacia Ridge & Bromelton project newsletter we take a look at the renewed Community Consultative Committee, requests for land access and upcoming project photography.