2020 A collaboration to facilitate sharing of cultural knowledge and outdoor skills - and contribute to stronger community health and well-being through culture-specific programs. Undalup Association, Wadandi Cultural Leaders, Applied Archaeology International, and (living legend) Josh Palmateer’s Surf Academy are pleased to announce an camp and internship opportunity based in Wadandi Boodja (Margaret River), southwestern Australia. The 2020 summer program will integrate wi
In the Esperance region of southwestern Australia, while standing atop a large granite dome several hundred meters above an expansive coastal plain, you see the panoramic views of the integrated cultural landscape of the Esperance Tjaltjraak Traditional Owners. Isolated blue-grey granite monoliths dot the landscape, places of spiritual significance, associated with traditional names and stories, of history, heritage and connection. Below, you see creeks running across the p
November 1st to 30th, 2020 This is an opportunity to get involved with a community archaeology project that will take place over four weeks based in the heart of Wooditj Bilya (Margaret River), in southwestern Australia. The project is part of a long-term, heritage preservation and community-based research program. A collaborative team is working to develop a Cultural Plan for this area, focused on the Wadandi coastal cultural places and landscapes of the Cape to Cape region
Sparkling bubbles of laughter wafted across the tree-sprinkled knob, borne on a breeze that ruffled the frail fall foliage and momentarily disrupted its gentle autumnal recoil back into the dirt. The revelers were too far away to make out what was being shrieked and said, but the universal language of kids at play translated as clearly as the warm glow from the low-angle afternoon sun. The creek in the ravine below swelled rich with the seasonal substance of spawning salmon.