Close to ancient sacred sites, the block holds 165 hectares of bushland surrounded by state forest. This Gidgegannup NatureScape offers a unique future for our community through the regeneration of Culture via community programs, culturally safe respite accommodation, and research & development into traditional farming practices and sustainable agriculture.
Wellness Cabins are designed to merge with and have minimum impact upon the environment. Built on stilts and ringed with a wooden verandah with windows wide open to the bush, the resident rests within the landscape.
The hub houses a large open-plan communal area where meetings, gatherings and events can take place. Directly in front of this area is the ceremonial fire place.
2 large multipurpose rooms to run cultural programs, a large kitchen and dining area, a training room and a cool room. The hub also has a large storage area located adjacent to the body of the building.
Increasing biodiversity through traditional methods of land management, native food, bush medicine, water management.
CULTURAL RESEARCH CENTRE