Event held on October 30

Shedding light on Peramangk Land - bush tucker by a waterhole

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Event runs from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

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Celebrate the wonders of the land of the Peramangk people with Ivan Copley, Elder of the Peramangk and Kaurna people and me, Sharon Pippos, local resident and owner/operator of Hahndorf Walking Tours. Complete details will be provided later but book in now to secure your spot. The indigenous focus is expected to be on bush tucker with a tasting included. Ivan will be providing a Welcome to Country and a background history to the First Nations People. This will be followed by an overview of the relationship with the first settlers in Hahndorf – one of the few good new stories. Together we'll explore the relationship of the early settlers and the reason why the Prussians came to this area and befriended the Peramangk peoples. A good news story! Entry into the historic Lutheran church is included as this is where the settlers story began - escaping religious persecution. Only 35 Adult tickets available. Entry Cost Adult $45 Child $20