Bushfoods in NAIDOC Week with Steve Parker and Sam May

Victoria Nature Festival

Learn how traditional bush foods can be used in everyday cooking.

This is an image of a male staff member within Cranbourne Gardens. He is wearing a wide brimmed hat and a grey jacket. He is holding a lovely big bunch of eucalyptus leaves and in the background is a cloudy blue sky and native bushland.
Royal Botanic Gardens and Victoria's Aboriginal learning facilitators invite everyone to a virtual experience that explores Aboriginal knowledge, connection, and uses of native plants from across Australia.  

Learn how plants are closely connected to Aboriginal culture as well as how traditional bush foods can be used in our cooking today. 

Start your own bushfood garden 

Visit the How to Garden  in Cranbourne Gardens, where RBGV facilitators showcase a variety of bush foods and conduct a Q and A to inspire you to start your own bush foods garden. 

This event is presented by Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria.

Use bush foods in everyday cooking