Join Stacee as she talks with NSW National Parks and Wildlife Services Aboriginal Discovery Rangers, Elders and landholders about Aboriginal culture in the upper Murray region around Tumbarumba.
In 2016, Tumbarumba High School students recorded these stories in a book called “The Life of the Upper Murray Indigenous People”. Download your copy of this book and read it as you watch the videos below.
“Thank you to Shane and Talea from NPWS for sharing your information with us. Thank you Mary Greenhalgh for sharing your story with us.”
Stacee discovers the Tumbarumba Museum and chats with Ron Frew.
Stacee learns how trees provided great shelter for Aboriginal people.
Scar Trees with Shane Herrington on Ngarigo Country and Walgaloo Country.
A story of a Bunyip at the Heart Lagoon.
Shane Herrington tells the Dreamtime story of how Platypus brings water to earth.
Mary Greenhalgh, Ngarigo Elder, tells her story of growing up around Tumbarumba.
Stacee talks to Mary Greenhalgh, Ngarigo Elder, about Middens at Back Creek, Maragle.