Insight into Aboriginal culture – Bruce Pascoe

Aboriginal people did build houses, did build dams, did sow, irrigate and till the land, did alter the course of rivers, did sew their clothes, and did construct a system of pan-continental government that generated peace and prosperity. So asserts Bruce Pascoe, author of the book “Dark Emu – Black Seeds – agriculture or accident?” who is conducting a series of walks and talks on 11-12 June 2017.  These events are to be held in Kings Park, Walyunga National Park and the State Library theatre – see attached flyer.