Goguljar is the traditional name for the Avon River. Traditional owner and Baladang Nyungar land holder, Oral McGuire is working to regenerate land and has discovered ceremonial sites of cultural significance to the Baladong Nyungar people.
The Wathaurung people of Victoria share a fascinating creation story with their neighbouring tribal groups. Wathaurung man Barry James Gilson tell us how Looern helped create vast granite formations.
Mark Saddler of Wiradjuri Country speaks of traditional walkways and how the Murrumbidgee River is central to Wagga Wagga. Water is an important resource and its health influences our farmers, animals and the nation.
Little Wave Rock is a gathering place that harbours the history and secrets of Gamilaraay ancestors. Gamilaraay woman Loren Ryan discusses her connection to Country and the importance of paying respects at this sacred place.
Thiinma Country in Western Australia holds a great deal of family history for Peter Salmon. Now he takes care of the land. Peter talks about the history of Marduwan Station which is now known as Wanna.
Vivian Mason and her family have always spent time at Mummaga Lake. She speaks of how this lake continues to bring back the importance of identity and country. Vivian passes down this knowledge to her grandaughters.
Johnny Williams and Karen Chong are traditional owners from Gununa, Mornington Island. The community on the island respect the land and its history and in turn the land and sea provide for them.
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