connect with the past

join council's Tourism Assets Development Officer paul mazourek on location to learn more about the first people's and their connection with the land

People in the Landscape

Amazing story of the landscape development in the northern Spencer Gulf and how the First People dealt with the changes in the environment.

Where: Fitzgerald Bay
When: June 25, July 8 & 12 starting at 1:00pm.
Groups: Group bookings available by appointment, Paul Mazourek 8640 3444

   

 

Singing To The Sharks

Aboriginal connection with the sea in and around Whyalla, how the coast became  a place of dreams and plenty for the First People.

Where: Stony Point Dive Site
When: June 11, July 2, 8, 15, 23 starting at 1:00pm.
Groups: Group bookings available by appointment, Paul Mazourek 8640 3444

 

UNIQUE CUTTLEFISH AND INDIGENOUS CONNECTIONS

YOU WILL also FIND SEVERAL PRESENTATIONS PUT TOGETHER ON OUR INTERESTING CUTTLEFISH AND ALSO ON ABORIGINAL STORIES AND CONNECTIONS TO THE LAND AND SEA

Dreamtime in Whyalla:

Aboriginal stories related to Whyalla, their European counterparts, variations and common ground

learn more about the amazing cuttlefish:

Why are they so unique and spectacular? Do they really have 3 hearts? What is the history behind them?

DOWNLOAD THE PDF HERE

 

Coast of Dreams & Plenty

Aboriginal connection with the sea in and around Whyalla.  

Can be collected from the Whyalla Visitor Centre or click the picture below to download.

 

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Whyalla Visitor Centre, Lincoln Highway
Open: 7 days Mon–Fri 9am–4pm. 
Weekends and public holidays 10am–4pm. 
Closed: Good Friday and Christmas Day 
Phone: (08) 8645 7900 Email: visitor.centre@whyalla.sa.gov.au

TOLL FREE: 1800 088 589


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