Search for bush tucker plants around Rouse Hill House & Farm with Aboriginal guides from Muru Mittigar. Learn how to identify traditional plants and wildlife, and use traditional and modern ingredients to make a ‘johnnycake’. Then sit down to some well-earned tucker! This is a fun and engaging activity for all the family.
Enjoy the following activities during this program:
- hear stories told by our guides that have been passed along by Darug elders
- search for bush tucker plants around a section of Rouse Hill House and Farm
- feel, smell and taste native edible plants such as sandpaper figs, banksias and melaleuca
- knead your own traditional ‘Johnny cake’ mix before baking on the open coals
- enjoy your bush tucker!
Note: This is a rural property with uneven terrain. Please wear enclosed shoes and clothing suitable for walking around a farm property, and bring wet weather gear if appropriate. A hat and sunscreen are recommended, as significant parts of the program are conducted outdoors.
Tickets are required for both adults and children