wawa biik Newsletters

June 6, 2023

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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.

wawa biik means ‘hello Country’ which proudly acknowledges our continuous connections, relationships, and responsibilities we have and will always have to Taungurung Country as the First People and Custodians of this land. But you too have a responsibility to biik and can do your bit to strengthen culture – and it all starts with saying wawa to Country, with us.

Our newsletters will give you a sense of our purpose, introduce you to our Country, our inspiring People and our Partners, and invite you to take further steps to deepen your relationship with Country and Culture.

These are exciting times. Ngun godjin (thank you) for coming on this journey with us!

Newsletters:

Current: Yarning Together

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. 

#culture#country#firstnation#aboriginal#taungurung#victoria#highcountry#regionalvictoria#tours#culturalheritage
Friendly reminder that we are currently offering 20% off on the below wawa tabilk tabilk experiences.

Dates: 
Friday 21st June 
Friday 19th June 
Thursday 22nd August 

Use code: RECWEEK2024

Get in quick! 

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Win a wawa tabilk-tabilk package for two adults!
Includes a 2-course lunch with glass of wine in the Tahbilk Estate Restaurant.
 
HOW TO ENTER:
- Like this post
- Tag a friend (more tags, the more entries)
- Follow @wawabiik and @visit_tahbilk 
- Bonus Entry: Comment below why you want to win!
 
Entries close at midnight on 31st May 2024. Winner will be drawn Monday 3rd June and contacted via THIS @wawabiik account ONLY. We will not ask for any personal details, we will not send you any links, and we will not ask for bank details. Please be careful of fake accounts! 
 
ELIGIBLE ENTRANTS
- Entrants must be 18 years of age
- Taungurung Land and Waters Council staff are not permitted to enter.
- Tahbilk Proprietary Limited staff are not permitted to enter.
 
This competition is subject to our wawa tabilk tabilk package competition terms and conditions – please follow link in bio to see details.
 
GOOD LUCK!! 
 
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