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Bushfood Treasure Hunt and Food Feast

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Event description

Have you ever wondered how native plants, weeds and bush foods can become part of our everyday lives?

Come on a treasure hunt with Bush Naturopath, Nutritionist & Permaculturalist, Felicity Kerslake. 
Explore and hunt the local Wiradjuri area for common weeds and bushfoods and learn how these plants are used for food and healing of people and Country. 

Walks emphasise respecting the traditions and customs of the Aboriginal people, with talks highlighting the importance of sustainable and safe foraging practices to ensure the continued existence of these precious plants for future generations. 

The walk will finish off with a delicious morning tea containing a range of bush foods for people to eat and enjoy over a shared morning tea.

Come weather ready, with a water bottle, hat and raincoat if needed.

This event workshop is suitable to ages 14 and above. Under 16 year olds require a responsible adult present. 

 Limited spots avaliable. Registrations essential. 

Dates + Timings:

Wednesday 24 April, 10:00AM – 12:00PM  


Wagga Beach, Riverside Precinct 

Proudly funded by the NSW Government in association with Wagga Wagga City Council.


Wagga Beach is an outdoor space with cement walkways, seating and parking available. This workshop will involve bushwalking off cement tracks and onto dirt, rock and grass paths. 

We are committed to hosting inclusive and accessible events for everyone. If you need this information in another format or have any questions, please contact the Youth Development Officer on 1300 292 442 or email

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