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Presentation on Budj Bim Landscape, Lake Condah & Mt Eccles, Victoria.


'A PechaKucha' talk presented at Katoomba 24 September 2016. This talk is about a place with fascinating history of Aboriginal aquaculture and interested developments in land management today with the Gunditjmura community.

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PechaKucha talks are world wide vents in which speakers give a persentation on any subject for a duration of 6mins and 50secs, that is they must use 20 slides which go for 20 seconds each. Blue Mountains PechaKucha is run every 3 months at Katoomba.

A short 3-minute clip on the 'Bushtrackers' event at Wentworth Falls Lake in August 2015, with Kindlehill Steiner School as the host 'Bushtrackers', who later produced the Bushtrackers Guide for Wentworth Falls Lake. Nathan is one of the guides for this event.












Bushtrackers is a Blue Mountains environmental education initiative designed to connect children and their families with 'the bush' and promote the natural spaces within our local communities as 'child friendly' places.

Children from a number of Primary Schools throughout the Blue Mountains have developed special Guide brochures for a bushland reserve near their school. These Guide brochures provide information relevant to children which outlines the interesting features of the reserve, good places to go, its stories, facts and a map.

Bushtrackers is a unique collaborative project of Government and non-Government organisations in the Blue Mountains.

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