Upcoming Events

Stories of the land and food of the Warki tribe

 

The Warki tribe are a group of Aboriginal people from Southern South Australia that are no longer talked about and their existence is known only by a few elders. This ancient tribe belongs to the swamps of the Fleurieu form Yundi to Mount Compass to Hindmarsh Island, near Clayton to Goolwa and Currency Creek.

This event will reawaken the story of the Warki people with a playful and immersive exploration of culture through story telling and a short walk on country and includes a tasting of local native foods used and traded by the Warki tribe.

This is a joint event hosted by the Food Embassy with Mark Koolmatrie from Tribal Expertise Facility and Post Dining .

Fifty percent of the ticket price will go back to community and contribute to local nature conservation and cultural relearning projects.The venue for this event will be held on country in the Fleurieu Peninisula near Willunga and further detail will be given once your booking is confirmed.

Please bring your own water bottle and comfortable shoes or gum boots for walking. Suitable for adults and children over 12 years. All children must be supervised.

Send any dietary requirements to postdining.experiments@gmail.com

  • When is it?
    Saturday, October 3
    10:30 am to 4:00 pm
  • Where is it?
    To be announced
  • Who do I contact?
    Liz Sanders
    0418 845 891
    liz@thefoodembassy.org
  • What does it cost?
    TicketsĀ $85

https://www.naturefestival.org.au/event/stories-of-the-land-and-food-of-the-warki-tribe