Two young boys looking for bush tucker at Bateman Reserve

About Bateman Bush Tucker-Indigenous Education Reserve

We would like to create a Bush Tucker-Indigenous Education Reserve for the community in the school nature reserve. A place for the whole community to see, sample, be educated and incorporate into their everyday lives the amazing Indigenous edible and medicinal flora Australia has to offer. Offering dual signage of plants and land management practices, this project will not only taste good, but add to the amazing social fabric of Bateman. 

Project Details

  • Budget: $11,140
  • Location: Bateman Primary School Nature Reserve, cnr Dean Rd & Adams St, Bateman
  • Community Benefit: Giving the community access to these diverse Indigenous edible and medicinal plants, hand in hand with education from Aboriginal stakeholders, will foster respect, understanding and connection.
  • Who can be involved: Numerous stakeholders will be involved including the Bateman Primary School and P&C, Aboriginal stakeholders and key elders, as well as broad community engagement with different community partners.

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