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Woodbridge School Bush Foods Garden Trail

Welcome to the Woodbridge School Bush Foods Garden Trail. Take a journey around our school’s natural environment, as we explore some of the diverse range of plant and animal species that are consumed and utilised by our local First Nation people.

 

 

We acknowledge the Melukerdee people of the South East Nation, as the traditional and enduring custodians of the land upon which we learn and play. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge their spiritual connection to Country — to land, sea and sky.

 

 

 

Bush Foods Garden Trail Brochures:

Silver Banksia

Sheoak

Pigface

Mammals & Marsupials

Blackwood

Seaweed and Kelp

Native Cherry

Shellfish and Mollusc

Birds & Eggs

Wattle

Soft Tree Fern

Native Pepper

Sagg

Blue Flax Lily

 

 

 

This education guide was produced by Woodbridge School and Marine Discovery Centre in collaboration with the local Tasmanian Aboriginal community through the South East Tasmanian Aboriginal Corporation (SETAC) and Aboriginal Education Services, Department for Education, Children and Young People. We would like to gratefully acknowledge the contributions from these organisations, as well as the South Channel Garden Club for contributing to the redevelopment of the garden.