1. Budj Bim: Tae Rak Wetlands 2 Hour Guided Cultural Walk
Your Gunditjmara cultural guide will take you on an informative walk around Tae Rak (Lake Condah). The lake is made up of 1,700 hectares of significant wetlands and stony rises right next to the historic lava flows of Budj Bim National Park. The Gunditjmara people have sustained life here for tens of thousands of years, and created what is considered to be one of Australia’s earliest and largest aquaculture systems. Your guide will give you an overview of the Gunditjmara creation story and point out the extensive marine and bird-life of the lake, followed by a look at the ancient landscape and the extensive range of stone aquaculture sites and fish traps. This is a great introduction to the World Heritage listed Budj Bim Cultural Landscape for those who are interested in First Nations heritage and the stories of Gunditjmara Country.