Palawa Kipli is based at piyura kitina / Risdon Cove. This area of land was handed back to the Tasmanian Aboriginal community 23 years ago and we are proud to call piyura kitina our home. With over 40,000 years of history this site was used as a hunting ground, harvesting of bush tucker, creating stone tools and a beautiful stream of fresh water which flows through to timtumiliminya / Derwent River.
Palawa Kipli aims to not only introduce our history of local Tasmanian Aboriginal food resources but we want to bring awareness to the wider community about how we collected our traditional foods, the importance of connecting to country, living sustainably and how we looked after our country, landscapes and fresh water.
We offer cultural services that opens up the discussions around Palawa culture and history.
By educating people about our culture with the offerings of our foods, we hope that the information that we share is spoken about more openly for future generations to come and our people, culture and history is more valued and respected as we take you through our journey.
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