Jellurgal school-based tours are a 2.5 hour, educational experience that includes elements of the Jellurgal Dreaming Tour, such as a presentation in the Dreaming Amphitheatre, inclusive of 3D map interpretation, live Aboriginal dance performance and ochre annointment.
The group then visits the ancient midden located at the Dreaming Mountain, Jellurgal.
The tour concludes back at the centre at 12.30pm for departure.
Commentary on this tour is specifically adapted to suit primary and secondary school children aged 10 -17 years and has been formulated to be relevant to the school curriculum, in particular, indigenous studies.
During the tour, students will learn Aboriginal stories and dreamtime legends pertaining to the areas visited, ecological practices of our traditional land owners, cultural awareness and cross-cultural sensitivity, native flora and fauna and its relevance to the lifestyle and day-to-day practices of the people who inhabited the mountain thousands of years ago.
Students will also have the opporutnity to sit on the veranda of the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre for a morning tea.
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Jellurgal International school-based tours are specifically designed to introduce international students to the wondrous nature of Aboriginal culture and heritage and Australian native fauna and flora.
The tour includes the program outlined above and is inclusive of a light lunch. The Tour has two different options.
Includes pick up and drop off and entry into David Fleay's Wildlife Park, where students can navigate their own "Wildlife Experience".
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Includes an Artwork shop, students will design and paint their own piece of Aboriginal Art to take home under the guidance of one of Jellurgal's Artist in Residence.
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