Course Summary

Learn about the settlement history and geography of Black Rock’s spectacular beaches, bushland and cliffs. Explore sites used by the Boon Wurrung people for thousands of years for camping, water, ceremony and cooking. Harvest traditional Koori foods, medicine, tools and decorations from the landscape.

Course Sessions

Sunday, 29th April - 1 class


Session ID DNZ48501C
29 Apr - 29 Apr 2:00pm - 4:30pm
Location CAE
Session Fees
$89 / $85 (conc)
Teacher
Meyer Eidelson

Students have the opportunity of learning more about this fascinating area of Melbourne under the guidance of an expert on the subject.

This is a walking tour so students should be confident that they can participate in this type of physical activity. Students should wear comfortable footwear and clothing (consider a hat) , taking the weather forecast into consideration.

Meet At: Blackrock carpark enterance, Opposite 248 Beach Road, Black Rock 3193

For those with a keen interest in learning more about Melbourne’s rich history, as well as those students with a specific interest in the area.

Last updated: November 21, 2017 11:31am