Category Archive: Travel

Jawun update

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It has been a while since I have posted a blog about my Jawun secondment with Yorta Yorta Nation Aboriginal Corporation (YYNAC). This past week we launched the facebook page and had a… Continue reading

Unity Cup

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On Saturday we were very privileged to be invited to attend one of the major events in the Yorta Yorta community calendar,  the Unity Cup. The event was held at the Rumbalara Football… Continue reading

In Transit

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Traveling through river country Following white lines The mountains fade behind me Flood country ahead of me The highway in between I miss home already With its warmth and comfort But rising anticipation… Continue reading

Nudgee Waterholes

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Yesterday we went for a lovely wander around the Nudgee Waterholes, located on the northside of Brisbane, close to Nudgee Beach on Moreton Bay. We went with good friend, fellow walker and placemaker… Continue reading

The nostalgia of the city

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We are in Brisbane this weekend to celebrate my parents golden wedding anniversary.  It was a lovely occasion,  where my parents invited all the family and friends that attended their wedding in 1963.… Continue reading

Off to Wangaratta

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This weekend we are heading a bit further afield and going to northern Victoria to celebrate a friends daughters 21st birthday. We are really excited as we have been family friends since our… Continue reading

Birrigai Time Trail

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Today we made the most of the Easter long weekend and went back to Tidbinbilla to explore the Birrigai Time Trail and the Tidbinbilla nature sanctuary. The Birrigai Time Trail is a a… Continue reading

Reblog from Linda Carroli

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Originally posted on placeblog:
For my current research on Fieldworking, I am reading various works on walking. Several tabs are open on my browser as I flip between key texts to develop the…

Booroomba Rocks, Namadgi National Park

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Today we took advantage of the drier, cooler weather and headed down to the southern ACT for a walk, this time to Booroomba Rocks. This is a really enjoyable walk, a bit steep… Continue reading

Yankee Hat Paintings

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Today we headed back to the beautiful Namadji National Park and visited “Yankee Hat Paintings” – some amazing Aboriginal rock art nestled in the foothills of the mountains. The walk is a lovely… Continue reading