The Australian bush is full of edible fruits, roots, nuts, seeds and leaves. For centuries Aboriginal people have gathered, hunted and harvested this bush tucker.
The rest of us are only beginning to learn about the incredible natural and native food resources on our doorstep.
Join Delta Kay a local Arakwal woman, on a two-hour walk of discovery. As you walk Delta will teach you how to identify what’s good to eat and what’s not.
Finding bush tucker takes special knowledge that developed from living close to nature. Delta has lived on country a lot of her life, she is proud Arakwal custodian and is committed to working in genuine partnership with our local community to promote an awareness, understanding and mutual respect between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people.
Afterwards enjoy some bush tea and learn a bit of weaving.
To minimise impact on the plants we alternate tours between Mullumbimby Heritage Park and Bush Tucker Gardens (behind the Federal Community Preschool). Transport is not included on this tour, but if you need a lift, we offer transfers at a small extra cost.
Groups $55 pp