Hoary Sunray

January 11, 2023

Tufted herb with woolly grey foliage and upright stalks of yellow paper daisy flowers to 40cm high mainly in spring. Found locally on Taungurung Country in woodlands and foothills commonly on shallow, rocky soils. An important pollinator species providing nectar for native butterflies and moths, and readily colonises after disturbances such as fire. Plants are annual but may reshoot from the base for up to two to three years. Continually moist soils will decrease the plant’s longevity.

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. 

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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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