Project co-ordinator Steve Smith with elders Uncle Bing Laurie, Uncle Milton Duroux and web designer Stuart Robertson.
Project co-ordinator Steve Smith with elders Uncle Bing Laurie, Uncle Milton Duroux and web designer Stuart Robertson.

Elders are web savvy

SCIENCE and traditional practices were integrated into a new website launched at Yarrawarra Aboriginal Cultural Centre last Friday.

The website is an educational and community resource which provides information of traditional harvesting methods at Arrawarra Headland and cultural information of the Garby elders from the Gumbaynggir Nation.

Project co-ordinator Associate Professor, Steve Smith introduced the new website at the launch.

“It is a great example of people from a range of cultural backgrounds and community sectors working together for a common objective – a true sharing of culture,” he said.

The website is at www.arrawarraculture.com.au.



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