Moama on Murray Resort is located on the traditional land of the local indigenous people of the area. The resort owners and staff share a deep respect for aboriginal people and their connection to this land. The resort is committed to the preservation of the rich and timeless aboriginal culture inherent in this country. The resort is working to in partnership with local communities to develop a Cultural Precinct on site that will provide information and assist with preservation of aboriginal heritage and culture for all Australians. The 'Dungula' (Murray River) Precinct includes an interactive board walk over natural ancient wetlands, a sound and light show and educational programs. Whilst a sound and light show continues to be developed the space is host to a Wilderquest program operated by Parks NSW with a particular emphasis on aboriginal connection to country and the importance of nature to the aboriginal culture. The educational program is lead by a trained aboriginal guide and is offered in to primary school aged children during school holidays and through school excursion programs booked through the resort. (More information about this program will be available in the coming months when it is officially launched).
To see more about the Wilderquest program and to enjoy some interactive games log onto www.wilderquest.com.au