A community garden depicting the six Noongar seasons will be officially named in Busselton on Friday during Reconciliation Week.
The bush garden was created by the Undalup Association with the help of community organisations and businesses as a place of remembrance for Aboriginal people who were incarcerated in Busselton.
The garden will be a place for people to pay respect to traditional law and share cultural knowledge.
Traditional custodian Wayne Webb said the garden would be planted with bush tucker medicine and would bring together Aboriginal culture.
“Don’t keep history a mystery, which is the theme for this year’s Reconciliation Week,” he said.
Cultural custodian Iszaac Webb said the garden would provide a place for families and the Wadandi community to visit with their children and show them the seasons and food sources.
The unveiling of the garden name will take place at 1pm on Friday, June 1 at the ArtGeo Complex.
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