A warm thank you to Uncle Norman Enoch and Aunty Maureen Myers from Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders-In-Council Aboriginal Coorporation https://www.facebook.com/mmeic/ for hosting representatives from the College, P&C and P&C’s landscape architect this week. Uncle Norm and Aunty Maureen took us on a beautiful tour of culturally significant site Terra Bulla Leaumeah (“Beautiful place here I rest”), shared their insights on yarning circles, layout and design elements of bush tukka gardens as well as species selection, and gave us guidance and inspiration for continuing to develop our key project, the Connection Corridor. Thank you also to Capalaba State College https://www.facebook.com/CapalabaSC
for their leadership and ongoing commitment to collaborating on this project. The Connection Corridor will benefit the whole college community and consulting with Minjerribah Moorgumpin Elders-In-Council (MMEIC) is a meaningful step towards bringing the project to life.
College families can learn more and visit Terra Bulla Leaumeah on Saturday 23 July 10am to 2pm – when MMEIC invite everyone to their NAIDOC Community Day celebration. https://fb.me/e/1ywI60rce
To get involved with the connection corridor or to find out more, check out our connection corridor information page.