Discover the cultural significance of the ANU Acton Campus, the way in which Aboriginal people have used the area for thousands of years, and the continuing culture and connection to Country. Learn about the importance of Sullivans Creek and Black Mountain, navigation across Country, bush foods and medicines, ceremony and tradition, and the way in which the local Aboriginal people managed their landscape.
The trail will also cover different units and centres at ANU that research Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, history, health, economics and education as well as areas that support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and students. All four Representative Aboriginal Organisations (RAO) in the ACT have been involved in the development of the content for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander heritage trail.
This trail is a part of the ANU Walks series.