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New YouTube films highlight cultural importance of two south coast wetlands

Green Skills has recently produced two short YouTube films documenting  Noongar Elders,  Carol Pettersen and  Eugene Eades, visiting  culturally significant wetlands east of Albany.The films were made by  Frank Rijavec with assistance from Margaret Robertson. The films are based on a day’s outing led by Aunty Carol and Uncle Eugene, attended by Noongar family members and interested Wadjellas (non-Noongars)  to Moolyup Swamp ( Lake Pleasant View) near Manypeaks and Warriup Swamp (Mullocullup Nature Reserve) near Green Range.

The two films share knowledge about what makes these stunning wetlands special for Noongar people and culture.

These can be viewed at:

Warriup Film Title

Warriup swamp..

Moolyup Film Title

Moolyup Swamp

The Green Skills Gondwana Wetland  project is supported by funding from the Western Australian Government’s State Natural Resource Management Program, supported by Royalties for Regions.  It is also supported by Gondwana Link and the Koorabup Trust.

For more information contact Basil Schur at the Green Skills Denmark office on 984833130

Filming at Warriup Swamp with Elders Eugene Eades and Carol Pettersen on the Cultural Outing June 2018


Filming Elders Eugene Eades and Carol Pettersen at Warriup