Discover: Billibellary's Walk (Self-Guided)
Commences at Swanston Street, Parkville, Gate 4Map
Take a self-guided walk through Billibellary's Country. This Indigenous walk invites participants to imagine the university landscape across time and seasons.
The walk provides a narrative, from an Aboriginal perspective, for participants to explore the university landscape while considering the social and cultural constructions of ‘place’. You can use your iPhone or Android device to download the 'Billibellary's Walk' app and be on your way, or seek assistance from our information desk on the day. View PDF map of the walk.
Times: This is a self-guided walk and can be taken at any time. The tour takes between 1-2 hours to complete.
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Billibellary's Walk was developed by a research team comprising of Onemda VicHealth Koori Health Unit and Murrup Barak with input from a reference group which included Ms Shawana Andrews, Ms Ngarra Murray, Mr Craig Torrens and more recently Mr Warwick Padgham.
The support of the following individuals and groups was critical:
- Wurundjeri Tribe Land and Compensation Cultural Heritage Council Inc – staff and members
- Aunty Margaret Gardiner – Wurundjeri Elder
- Aunty Joy Murphy-Wandin – Wurundjeri Elder
- Office of the Provost, The University of Melbourne – Learning and Teaching Initiative Grant