wawa Euroa


3 hours


The Euroa Arboretum, Euroa, Victoria


For scheduled departures see here

Minimum Guests


Maximum Guests



$145.00 AUD


We welcome you to Euroa Arboretum (‘the Arb’), a nurtured pocket of Taungurung Country that connects to our Taungurung story of healing, resilience and vitality.

Spend quality time with our Taungurung Elders who share the ways in which cultural life, both traditional and contemporary, are inextricably linked to biik (Country), and sense the duulin (pride) we have in looking after biik and Culture for future generations.

We welcome you to biik with a traditional Welcome Smoking Ceremony, followed by a guided walk along the daanak trail to share stories of seasonal native plant species and their uses for food, medicine, and cultural practice. Being part of this cultural experience at The Arb is about honouring our Ancestors but also planting the seeds that will strengthen our culture: inspiring and educating our youth, celebrating our Taungurung language, reviving cultural practices on biik and celebrating the positive community impact of caring for biik.

Quality time with a Taungurung guide, Welcome Smoking Ceremony, guided one-hour cultural walk at the Euroa Arboretum, morning tea using delicious bush foods, learn about cultural practice, quality time with an Elder to ask questions about culture and what you can do to support Taungurung Country and community aspirations.


Experience details

3-hour cultural experience

Commences at the Euroa Arboretum at 10am and concludes there at 1.00pm

Toilets are available onsite

A morning tea is provided – dietary requirements can be met upon request

The daanak walk is approximately 1km of flat gravel paths

Carparking is available at the Euroa Arboretum entrance or at the picnic shelter, adjacent to the sculpture wall.

For detailed accessibility information please see here.

Please bring

A hat, sunglasses, sunscreen

A raincoat

Comfortable walking shoes

Reusable water bottle

Insect repellent

Personal medications if required


Getting there


The Euroa Arboretum is located at 76 Euroa Main Road, Euroa, VIC 3666. If travelling by car, there is vehicle parking at the entrance. From the welcome sign, take the short board walk adjacent to the lake for 20m before turning right. From here, head for the picnic shelter 200m ahead. Toilet facilities are on your left. For a detailed map of the Euroa Arboretum, see here.

If you are travelling from Melbourne along the Hume Highway, after taking the Euroa exit, the Euroa Arboretum is on the right-hand side before reaching town.

Euroa is also serviced by public transport. For details see

The train station is a 10-15minute bike ride from the Arboretum or a 45min walk.

There are multiple electric vehicle charging stations available in Euroa.


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.

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.

Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud!

Whether you are a First Nations person or a First Nations ally, the 2024 NAIDOC theme is a call to action for us all.  We share a few reflections from our Taungurung community and staff to find out what this year’s theme means to them. Solidarity and passion shows up in many forms, it is what keeps the fire burning.

10 ways to be a Taungurung ally this National Reconciliation Week

It doesn’t matter where you are on your ally journey, all that matters is that you’re on the journey.

Cultural Heritage – “It’s still here and so are we” – a yarn with Jonah

Jonah Honeysett is a proud Taungurung /Wiradjuri man of the Nira-balluk clan who considers himself lucky to have grown up knowing about his culture, immersed in his culture, and learning about his culture from his Aboriginal parents and grandparents. 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.
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We acknowledge and pay respects to Taungurung Ancestors and Elders, past present and emerging. We continue to remain strong in culture, traditions and memories of those who have paved the way for Taungurung People and Country. We move forward proudly and thank our Ancestors for their guidance and protection throughout our journey.