The shallow waters of Pitt Water provided a relatively weather protected site for our Indigenous people to live beside and harvest from the sea. The area is rich in shell middens and you can see the ocassional stone flint amongst the rocks on the shore. Caleb Pedder is an Aboriginal Heritage Officer who works for various archaelogical firms. His work helps to survey and protect sites of Aboriginal significance.

Event: Tasmanian Aboriginal Heritage Education session with Caleb Pedder.

Where: We will meet at 533 Shark Point Road to sign in and then walk to a nearby shore access. Caleb will explain and show us what to look for in recognising sites of Indigenous significance.

When: Sunday 1st August 2021

Time: 9:30am – 11;30am

Wear: Appropriately warm clothing for exploring outside. Bring gardening gloves, just in case there is the odd little boneseed seedling!

Bring: A snack and water bottle. A notebook if you like.

Finish: We will have morning tea back at 533.


August 1st, 2021 9:30 AM   through   August 1st, 2021 11:30 AM
533 Shark Point Road
Penna, TAS, 7171

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