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Communicating in ways that words cannot – a yarn with Hunter Callaghan

Take a closer look at the beautiful images on the wawa biik website, and below.

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All the ingredients for a strong partnership – a yarn with our caterer

Debbie’s melt in your mouth lemon myrtle cookies have become a much-loved staple of our wawa Euroa experience.

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In the Media

wawa biik features in a range of publications, websites and across news outlets as we highlight the Taungurung story alongside the experiences offered.

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“Wealth is not about money” – a yarn with Noah

Noah Honeysett is a proud Taungurung man, Collingwood supporter and recently became a Dad which means he can now share more of his Dad jokes!

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ID: 2422

wawa biik partner: Trawool Estate

Trawool Estate is named after the Taungurung word Traawool meaning wild water.

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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.


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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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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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It’s Jonah’s strong upbringing and sense of cultural identity that has inspired him to work for his mob and be part of the next wave of Taungurung people passionately protecting Taungurung culture. He works both as Field Services Officer completing cultural surveys and a wawa biik Cultural Tour Guide educating people about his culture - head to our bio to read his reflections. 

Ashley Wilkinson is a proud Taungurung man of the Yeerum-Illiam-Balluk clan, which is below the Benalla and Mansfield area. Ash works as a Field Service Officer conducting cultural surveys and is also a wawa biik guide. We yarn with Ash to learn more about his perspectives regarding cultural heritage. It’s well worth pulling him aside for a yarn on our wawa biik tours too as he’s got some great insights to share. Head to our bio to read this blog. 

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