The Shoreham Foreshore Reserve Committee of Management is presenting two guided indigenous culture walk and talk within the camping reserve with Lionel Lauch.
- Walk times: 9:00-10.30am and 11am-12.30pm.
- Where: start at Prout Webb Rd, Shoreham - 100m from Shoreham Foreshore Reserve camping ground entrance and walk in the Shoreham Foreshore Reserve
- Who can attend?
Campers, locals, tourists, visitors and kids who can walk through the reserve and on the beach. The walk includes generally flat areas but may include moderate slope walking tracks and sandy beach with uneven surfaces.
- Maximum number of people per walk: 40
Early bird (Adults before 1 Jan) $17*, Adults $20*, Concession $10*,
Kids (16yrs & under) $5*,
Kids (3 yrs and under) free.
NB:* up to a $2.19 booking fee will be charged per ticket.
- Who is presenting? Lionel Lauch is a local aboriginal man who grew up on the Mornington Peninsula. Lionel regularly provides walks and talks to the community, groups and schools at reserves such as the Briars and Mornington Peninsula National Park at Cape Schanck and Rye.
He shares information about bush tucker, medicinal & local native plants and animals, traditional art and history. The walks will finish with a didgeridoo-led meditation session.
- What to bring: a hat & clothes that provide sun protection, water bottle and sturdy footwear. Snakes may be present in the reserve so long pants are recommended. Drinking water taps are present in the reserve.
Bookings are essential!
To book tickets go to:
www.eventbrite.com and search for ‘shoreham foreshore’ or
go to the following links for each walk:
Enquiries: call Adam on 0409 231 756