Have you ever wondered about native Australian foods?

Bush food (tucker), is any food that’s native to Australia and it has been harvested for at least 60,000 years by the Aboriginal people. 

These September school holidays, join NPAQ and Bribie Island Environmental Protection Association (BIEPA) as we explore the natural pantry Australia has to offer.

BIEPA volunteers will be guiding a small group through the Joondoburri Walk at Bribie Island with Uncle Ron, who will be sharing some indigenous knowledge of bush tucker and the area. 

Where: meet at 9:45am at 34 Cotterill Ave, Bongaree QLD 4507

When: September 18th, 10am – 11:30am

Cost: $10 per participant – A take home bush tucker plant (seedling) and other goodies are included in your registration! 

*This activity is recommended for children over 5 years. All children must be supervised by a guardian over 18 at all times.

This event has passed, thank you to all who attended.

With acknowledgement to Joondoburri elders past, present and emerging on this land and sea of the Gubbi Gubbi Nation