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Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owner Angela Boona digging ornma, white ochre and then teaching with Margaret Clement the Kalumburu and Clontarf Bushranger students and how to paint an echidna ‘gurnarnji’. They are using paint made with red ochre ‘jimbɨri’ from ‘gurin’ bloodwood sap’.
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Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owner Angela Boona digging ornma, white ochre and then teaching with Margaret Clement the Kalumburu and Clontarf Bushranger students and how to paint an echidna ‘gurnarnji’. They are using paint made with red ochre ‘jimbɨri’ from ‘gurin’ bloodwood sap’.

#keepingculturealive #nextgeneration #wunambalgaambera #munurru #uunguulife @bushheritageaus @wwf_australia @australiasnorthwest @kingfishertours @kimberleylandcouncil @westernaustralia @natindigtimes @rachbeadle @tom_zaunmayr @parkeerin @sgbkimberley @environskimberley @outbackspirittours @kimba_benji @kimberleyquest @kimberleylanguages @mowanjum_arts @derby_visitor_centre @shireofderbywestkimberley @shireofbroome @kalumburuphotographycollective @clontarffoundation
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Wow this is great

Wow Angelina and Margaret, you rock!

Did you know, we make ochre paint from gurin - bloodwood sap? 
These photos taken at Munurru, King Edward River campground during a Bush Ranger program with kids from Kalumburu and Clontarf learning from traditional owners. 
@clontarffoundation @bushheritageaus @kalumburuphotographycollective @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp

Did you know, we make ochre paint from gurin - bloodwood sap?

These photos taken at Munurru, King Edward River campground during a Bush Ranger program with kids from Kalumburu and Clontarf learning from traditional owners.

@clontarffoundation @bushheritageaus @kalumburuphotographycollective @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp
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Daniel Peumorra, Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owner, found this feral cat skull during a recent wildlife monitoring trip at Ngauwudu, Mitchell Plateau. 
Look at the size of those incisors!
#uunguurangers #wunambalgaambera #mitchellplateau #healthycountry @bushheritageaus @bushblitz @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @warddeken @waitoc @wwf_australia @indigenouslandandseacorp @abcindigenous @wamuseum

Daniel Peumorra, Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owner, found this feral cat skull during a recent wildlife monitoring trip at Ngauwudu, Mitchell Plateau.

Look at the size of those incisors!

#uunguurangers #wunambalgaambera #mitchellplateau #healthycountry @bushheritageaus @bushblitz @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @warddeken @waitoc @wwf_australia @indigenouslandandseacorp @abcindigenous @wamuseum
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That’s a good cat!

Preparing for junba this evening at Munurru, King Edward River campground, Wunambal Gaambera country. 
Junba is a form of storytelling through traditional song and dance. All our people join in and sing our old people’s stories. 
We will be doing junba this evening at Munurru for our people and our guests, visitors staying at Munurru campground to share our Wanjina Wunggurr culture. 
Join us! 
#wunambalgaambera #uunguu @bushheritageaus @kingfishertours @kimberleyspirit @kimberleyconcierge @kimberleylandcouncil @mowanjum_arts @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @outbackspirittours @abcindigenous @waitoc @tourismcouncilwa @westernaustralia @australia @wwf_australia @australianwildlifeconservancy @sgbkimberley @rachbeadle @stevekelsallphotography @northregionaltafe

Preparing for junba this evening at Munurru, King Edward River campground, Wunambal Gaambera country.

Junba is a form of storytelling through traditional song and dance. All our people join in and sing our old people’s stories.

We will be doing junba this evening at Munurru for our people and our guests, visitors staying at Munurru campground to share our Wanjina Wunggurr culture.

Join us!

#wunambalgaambera #uunguu @bushheritageaus @kingfishertours @kimberleyspirit @kimberleyconcierge @kimberleylandcouncil @mowanjum_arts @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @outbackspirittours @abcindigenous @waitoc @tourismcouncilwa @westernaustralia @australia @wwf_australia @australianwildlifeconservancy @sgbkimberley @rachbeadle @stevekelsallphotography @northregionaltafe
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1 month ago

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So wish I could have been there again! Fantastic experience and privileged to have been there in 2020 😁

Enjoy! Wish we were there

Kate Connell

Sadly I am unable to attend. It is not possible for me to stay overnight. 😢😭😢

Our new merchandise has arrived at Munurru, King Edward River campground!
We have adults and kids t-shirts with Gwion and Wanjina designs and animal and bird tshirts and tote bags for all! 
All available for sale at Munurru. Cash and card payments now available!! 
If you are visiting us on our Wunambal Gaambera Country, make sure you have your Uunguu Visitor Pass which can be purchased from our website: www.wunambalgaambera.org.au or buy it upon arrival at our campground or at @drysdaleriverstation 
Enjoy the week with us and stay for our junba, song and dance by Traditional Owners on Friday 19th August!
We look forward to seeing you all and sharing our Wanjina Wunggurr culture with you.
@waitoc @westernaustralia @kingfishertours @outbackspirittours @aptouring @kimberleyspirit @kimberleyquest @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @bushheritageaus @wwf_australia @broomeadvertiser @parkeerin @tom_zaunmayr @stevekelsallphotography @rachbeadle @australiasnorthwest @rock_art_australia

Our new merchandise has arrived at Munurru, King Edward River campground!

We have adults and kids t-shirts with Gwion and Wanjina designs and animal and bird tshirts and tote bags for all!

All available for sale at Munurru. Cash and card payments now available!!

If you are visiting us on our Wunambal Gaambera Country, make sure you have your Uunguu Visitor Pass which can be purchased from our website: or buy it upon arrival at our campground or at @drysdaleriverstation

Enjoy the week with us and stay for our junba, song and dance by Traditional Owners on Friday 19th August!

We look forward to seeing you all and sharing our Wanjina Wunggurr culture with you.

@waitoc @westernaustralia @kingfishertours @outbackspirittours @aptouring @kimberleyspirit @kimberleyquest @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp @bushheritageaus @wwf_australia @broomeadvertiser @parkeerin @tom_zaunmayr @stevekelsallphotography @rachbeadle @australiasnorthwest @rock_art_australia
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1 month ago

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Steve Kelsall 😱

This Friday 19th August we will have a junba at Munurru, King Edward River Campground on Wunambal Gaambera Country. 
Join us and learn more about our Wanjina Wunggurr culture, our stories. 
We are doing tourism training this week so there will be many young people learning and sharing our rock art stories during this week!
Get your Uunguu Visitor Pass online at www.wunambalgaambera.org.au and share and experience our culture.
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This Friday 19th August we will have a junba at Munurru, King Edward River Campground on Wunambal Gaambera Country.

Join us and learn more about our Wanjina Wunggurr culture, our stories.

We are doing tourism training this week so there will be many young people learning and sharing our rock art stories during this week!

Get your Uunguu Visitor Pass online at and share and experience our culture.

North Regional TAFE
#wunambalgaambera #uunguuvisitorpass Visit Broome WA Museum Boola Bardip WA Museum Collections and Research Australia's North West Kimberley Land Council ABC Kimberley Broome Advertiser Bush Heritage Australia Western Australia The Gibb River Road - Kimberley, Western Australia Kununurra Visitor Centre Mowanjum Arts Derby Visitor Centre The Kimberley, Australia Rachel Beadle Aboriginal Tours & Experiences Outback Spirit Tours King Edward River Campgrounds Kingfisher Ngauwudu Safari camp Outback Spirit Kandiwal community school Kalumburu North Kimberley Tourism Kalumburu Remote Community School Kalumburu Community, Western Australia Dreaming in Kalumburu Ildephonse Brian Michael Cheinmora Radio Goolarri The Great Escape Charter Company Drysdale River Station
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1 month ago

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Jd Shaw think you won’t be up there yet? Shame to miss this , would be a beautiful experience 😞

Wicked

Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation were happy to host a recent visit from the WA Museum WA Museum Collections and Research Centre. 
WA Museum scientists Mark Harvey, Nikolai Tatarnic, Kenny Travouillon and Jenelle Ritchie joined our Health Country Team of Uunguu Rangers and Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owners including Jazzlyn Phillips, Taniayh Phillips, Damon Bundamurra, Derek Charles, Jeremy Kowan and Desmond Williams, Healthy Country Manager Tom Vigilante and Ranger Co-ordinator Shane Clugston. What a team!
During their visit and our work together, we visited monsoon vine thickets at Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau) and Bougainville Peninsula looking for pseudoscorpions, spiders, and assassin bugs as well as mammal trapping for bandicoots near Punamii- Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls). 
Stay tuned for some of the outcomes later in the year!
WWF-Australia Australias North West Bush Heritage Australia

Wunambal Gaambera Aboriginal Corporation were happy to host a recent visit from the WA Museum WA Museum Collections and Research Centre.

WA Museum scientists Mark Harvey, Nikolai Tatarnic, Kenny Travouillon and Jenelle Ritchie joined our Health Country Team of Uunguu Rangers and Wunambal Gaambera Traditional Owners including Jazzlyn Phillips, Taniayh Phillips, Damon Bundamurra, Derek Charles, Jeremy Kowan and Desmond Williams, Healthy Country Manager Tom Vigilante and Ranger Co-ordinator Shane Clugston. What a team!

During their visit and our work together, we visited monsoon vine thickets at Ngauwudu (Mitchell Plateau) and Bougainville Peninsula looking for pseudoscorpions, spiders, and assassin bugs as well as mammal trapping for bandicoots near Punamii- Uunpuu (Mitchell Falls).

Stay tuned for some of the outcomes later in the year!

WWF-Australia Australia's North West Bush Heritage Australia
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2 months ago

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Thank you for sharing your wonderful stories with us on Jar Island

Here’s another shot from WWF-Australia]] doing monitoring on the Islands. Helen Waina went out with our Healthy Country Manager Tom Vigilante and WWF-Australia]] to set up camera traps on some remote islands on Wunambal Gaambera Country. 
Check out more from the WWF-Australia]] Instagram takeover for #WorldRangerDay 
@bushheritageaus @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp

Here’s another shot from WWF-Australia]] doing monitoring on the Islands. Helen Waina went out with our Healthy Country Manager Tom Vigilante and WWF-Australia]] to set up camera traps on some remote islands on Wunambal Gaambera Country.

Check out more from the WWF-Australia]] Instagram takeover for #WorldRangerDay

@bushheritageaus @kimberleylandcouncil @wilinggin_aboriginal_corp
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2 months ago
We took over @wwf_australia Instagram page for World Ranger day! Flick over to their site to see what our Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners have been up to on Wunambal Gaambera Country!!!
#wwfaustralia #worldrangerday #healthycountry

We took over @wwf_australia Instagram page for World Ranger day! Flick over to their site to see what our Uunguu Rangers and Traditional Owners have been up to on Wunambal Gaambera Country!!!

#wwfaustralia #worldrangerday #healthycountry
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2 months ago

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happened this morning, our area🙁

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