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Aboriginal History & Culture with Dale Tilbrook

A fascinating insight into the traditional life of Aboriginal people in the south west of Western Australia and the impact of European settlement.

 This event is part of the Dale Tilbrook Aboriginal Cultural workshops. Other events in this series include:

  • Bush tucker talks & tastings
  • Bush tucker & wellbeing
  • Aboriginal art for everyone
  • Bush tucker cooking demonstration
  • Aboriginal art for kids

A bit about Dale Tilbrook

A Wardandi Bibbulmun woman whose traditional Aboriginal country is the Margaret River, Busselton area. Dale has been a Swan Valley local since 1998, when she opened the Maalinup Gallery with her brother Lyall, offering authentic Aboriginal art, gifts and souvenirs. Having spent many years gathering knowledge from her elders and other sources, Dale is often called on to talk about bush food, which she loves presenting and encouraging people to incorporate into their everyday cooking.

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The City of Swan acknowledges the Whadjuk (Noongar) people, who are the traditional custodians of this country. We pay respect to their culture, history and their elders past and present.