ID: 1288

Our youth rise to the occasion

After months of preparations and rehearsals, the day had arrived.

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ID: 2349

wawa wayigalk (hello wattle!)

We are well and truly in wayigalk (wattle) season as Taungurung Country explodes with all shades of yellow this spring.


ID: 2309

Home Ground Advantage – a yarn with Bonnie

Bonnie Welch (nee’ Cavanagh) is a proud Taungurung woman, descendant of John Franklin, self-confessed sports tragic and the kind of deadly person you always want on your team.

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ID: 2273

A yarn with Brie…”Everything I do is for my community”

We love to take you behind the scenes to get to know our team.

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ID: 2042

A yarn with Elder and artist – Aunty Jo

Aunty Joanne Honeysett is a proud Taungurung Elder, wawa biik Cultural Tour Guide, mother, recent grandmother and is also an accomplished artist.

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ID: 2046

The back story of ”We Scar Many Trees” with the artist, Uncle Mick Harding

Uncle Mick is a proud Taungurung Elder of the Yowong-Illam-Baluk and Nattarak Baluk clans of the Taungurung Nation and takes pride in sharing cultural narratives through his work.

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ID: 2039

A closer look at the Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre

The Yea Wetlands Discovery Centre, in the heart of Taungurung Country is not only an accredited Visitor Information Centre but is also a multi-faceted learning experience on the importance of water resources and wetland ecology.

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ID: 2009

wawa biik Newsletters

Please click here to read the latest edition Just like the pride and purpose our Elders feel when wrapped in their possum skin cloak, we want wawa biik to be a warm and inspiring space that brings people together to celebrate and learn about our traditional and contemporary aspects of Culture.


ID: 1963

Nurturing the next generation of Taungurung leaders

A big focus for wawa biik is creating space for our Taungurung Elders to spend time with the younger generation on Country to provide them with cultural knowledge, leadership opportunities and confidence in asserting their cultural identity.

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Happy Monday! Hope you all had a lovely weekend. We have a few spots left for Friday's Nagambie experience if you are interested! Head to our wawabiik website and book now! 

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