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Walk in the footsteps of 60,000 years of culture. Oral historian Dean Stewart will challenge and inspire you with hidden stories of our river, now called the Yarra.  

Bookings essential. Tours are approximately 2 hours, requires low impact walking and no bathroom available during the tour. Kids 5 years and under are free, but must be accompanied by an adult.

Tour begins at: Enterprize Park (next to the Sealife Aquarium).

Look out for Blak & Bright signage.

Tour concludes at: Southbank Shop Plaza near Flinders St Station footbridge 

This 1:00PM event is SOLD OUT, please book in the 10:00 AM session.


Featuring...

Dean Stewart

Dean Stewart has worked for over 20 years within management roles in both Environmental and Cultural organisations. Working for almost 10 years as the Community Revegetation Project Co-ordinator, for Eltham and then Nillumbik Councils. Dean co-ordinated all environmental on-the-ground project works from Diamond Creek up to Kinglake and from Plenty River to Warrandyte. With groups…

Add to Calendar 2022-03-19 10:00:00 2022-03-26 15:00:00 Australia/Melbourne Walkin Country, Walkin Birrarung

Walk in the footsteps of 60,000 years of culture. Oral historian Dean Stewart will challenge and inspire you with hidden stories of our river, now called the Yarra.   Bookings essential. Tours are approximately 2 hours, requires low impact walking and no bathroom available during the tour. Kids 5 years and under are free, but…

Enterprize Park,

401 Flinders St, Melbourne 3000

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