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Kaurna Cultural Tools Up Close

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Port Environment Centre has loaned a collection of Kaurna tools and cultural materials, created by James Tylor, to the Marine Discovery Centre to use in their Cultural Education Space (Kaurna Meyunna Wodli). Their Cultural Educator, Karno Martin, shares the stories of these cultural materials with all visitors to the centre.

The Kaurna Meyunna Wodli is an interactive cultural education space that highlights the relationship that Kaurna people have with the Adelaide Plains and the coastal environment.

Port Environment Centre would like to invite you to join us at the Marine Discovery Centre to experience this collection of tools up close and to learn more from their Cultural Educator.

You'll also get to go on a tour of the Marine Discovery Centre with their Marine Scientist, including aquariums featuring local SA marine creatures and interactive models and displays on our coastal environment and sustainable practices. The Marine Discovery Centre has been providing learning experiences to South Australian school students and the community since 1997.

On Saturday 23rd March, 2pm - 4pm

This session is primarily aimed at adults. Children are welcome to attend (with a free ticket for those under 5) but will need to be accompanied by an adult and appropriately supervised at all times.

The Marine Discovery Centre is located on the corner of Seaview Road and Marlborough Street, Henley Beach. For this event, please enter from the Marlborough Street entrance.

Parking is available on Seaview Road, Marlborough Street and off Foord Ave.

For event enquiries please contact the Port Environment Centre on 0488 229 925 or email

Please note that

  • numbers are limited, bookings essential
  • please let us know if you have booked and then are unable to attend
  • please stay home if you are unwell

The Port Environment Centre is seeded by Green Adelaide.

We also receive a City of Port Adelaide Enfield Living Environment Grant and funding from the Suzanne Elliott Charitable Trust.

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