“Narana” means Listening and Learning, but it’s a deep, deep listening in which you take in and live out. It is this concept of “Listening and Learning For Life” which underpins Narana’s mission to be a destination for cultural education and tourism activities which promote greater understanding of Aboriginal Culture and history.
Worn Gundidj operates guided tours of this wonderful natural wonder. These interactive walks conducted by experienced local Aboriginal guides provide an exclusive opportunity to explore the wildlife at Tower Hill and discover the natural habitat of some of Australia’s most iconic animals. Visitors will engage with guides and nature alike to gain an understanding of traditional Aboriginal lifestyles as well as learning how to identify native plants for food and medicinal purposes and throw a boomerang.
Cape Otway is centrally situated in Gadubanud country, within which there are five celebrated Gundidjs’ (Clans) which are part of the Gundidjmara Language group of south-west Victoria. The Cape Otway area with its abundance of resources and tradition makes it an area of high Cultural and archaeological significance.
The Cultural Sites within the Lightstation precinct, whilst protected, provide a focus for knowledge and understanding of a rich, ancient and continuing culture.
Opened in September 2010 and hand created mainly by local Indigenous people in consultation with elders and Parks Victoria, the area includes a Meeting Hut, a Keeping Place, a Billabong Sculpture and a protected walk.
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We are mapping existing and potential Aboriginal tourism enterprises. If you operate:
- Education programs
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We are also keen to hear from Aboriginal people who want to share their knowledge or experience. Contact Us to get involved.