Wugubank Day 4
Today was perhaps our biggest day of two-way learning so far. This morning, our girls hunted for sugarbag – native Australian honey – finding the first of the season. While they hunted, the boys learned how to make a reed paintbrush, before using them to create traditional artworks.
Digging a bush oven was a chance to use a bit of muscle, and the kangaroo tails we cooked in it were shared with the Wugularr mob at the end of the school day.
They've been big days, with lots of learning, but these kids are doing themselves and their school, very proud. Nitmiluk tour tomorrow. Everybody in!