Kaurna Walking Trail

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The Kaurna Walking Trail, developed in association with the Kaurna Reconciliation Sculptures, was planned in collaboration with the Kaurna people, the tradition owners and custodians of the Adelaide plains.

The trail invites reflection on Kaurna life before European settlement and explores the impact of this settlement on Aboriginal people. The first 17 sites can be viewed in a 2-3 hour walk beginning at the Aboriginal War Memorial statue at the Parade Grounds, corner of King William Road and Victoria Drive.

The trail can also be used by schools and organisations for cultural awareness training. Schools and organisations wishing to undertake cultural awareness training with a guided tour of the Kaurna Walk should contact the Foundation at contact@artspeacefoundation.org.

Contact the Peace Foundation at contact@artspeacefoundation.org to obtain the Kaurna Walking Trail Guide.

Kaurna Elder Frank Wanganeen leading a guided tour of the Kaurna Reconciliation Walking Tour as part of the annual South Australian History Festival to mark Reconciliation Week,

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