Mulaka Milaythina / The Hunting Ground

Originally commissioned, produced and presented by the City of Clarence,  the Clarence Jazz Festival, mulaka milaythina premiered at the Clarence Jazz Festival in February 2023.

Nunami (owner/operator Blak Led Tours) and Sarah Hamilton (who together developed takara nipaluna and mumara patrula) again joined forces to develop this new walking tour.

‘mulaka milaythina’/the hunting ground is a tour that speaks to the rich hunting grounds that long characterised the landscape of the Eastern shore and explores the stories that connect generations of Tasmanian Aboriginal people to each other and the lands that they continue to care for here.

Covering content from the frontier wars right through to Aboriginal land rights campaigns, First Nations people please note that aspects of the tour deal with Tasmania’s dark past and include references to people who have died.

Tour Profile

Duration
90 mins approx
price
from $70
Grade
Easy, 1km, mostly flat Loop Track
Accessibility
Fully Accessible Route and Bathroom
group size
Maximum 30
Meeting point
Kangaroo Bay Park
season
Year Round
Suitable for children and families

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