NAIDOC 2024: Bushfood Walking Tour

Join Living Culture's guide, Hudson, on this walking tour that aims to empower, educate and engage participants whilst also bringing them in close contact with country. During the walk you will come to learn more about the significant plants and animals that have been used for centuries as medicine and bush tucker by Aboriginal communities. In a practical way, this tour will demonstrate what the traditional people have known and used for everyday food, medicine, utensils tools and weapons from the bush, in an ancient time where no modern amenities were available.

Your Facilitator

Hudson Fraser and his people come from Torres Strait Islands, more specifically Thursday Island. He is a qualified Horticulturalist with experience with Indigenous plants. Hudson also completed the Trust for Nature, Warreeen Beek Rangers course where he went out onto country working alongside the Bunurong Land Council and Traditional Owners. He is very passionate and eager to learn all things about his culture, especially Indigenous plants, and all our uses for them.