Due to popular demand, Wally Bell and Mark Butz are guiding 2 rambles about the Ngunawal and National Capital cultures of Black Mountain and you can choose your time!
Black Mountain is an important element of the landscape from deep time to today. It may be one of the better known mountains in Australia because of research and studies done by CSIRO scientists and others. Join Wally Bell, Ngunawal elder, and Mark Butz , environmental historian , as they talk about the Aboriginal, historic and natural heritage of Black Mountain.
Choose your time:
9.30am Sunday 15 November 2020 [FULLY BOOKED], OR
1.30pm Sunday 15 November 2020 [FULLY BOOKED]
Ramble, with some steep sections.
Some books will be fore sale, including Black Mountain: a Natural History of a Canberra Icon ($30), and Ngunawal Plant Use ($20).