The Dja Dja Wurrung Clans, in conjunction with the North Central Catchment Management Authority recently hosted a “Campaspe Cultural Awareness Day” at Rocky Crossing, on the Campaspe River, near Barnadown.

DDWAC Program Manager, Heritage and Environment, Rick Kerr, provided informative insights into traditional ecological knowledge, cultural heritage management and the significance of the Rocky Crossing site.

Scar tree’s, axe sharpening groves, and the natural weir created by a lava incursion were included in a leisurely tour. An appreciative crowd of approximately sixty participants soaked up the knowledge in the warm autumn sunshine.