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.
This ramble includes some steep sections, rough, uneven ground and some steps.
Some books will be for sale.