Songbird Oxley to Showcase Indigenous Heritage with New Walking Trail
Songbird Oxley is committed to showcasing the rich history of the area and honouring the Indigenous heritage of the estate. As part of this commitment, the estate is proposing a walking trail with seven informative and interpretive signage points planned for the conservation area, giving recognition to the traditional custodians of the land – the Yuggera Ugarabul people and Turrbal people.
The estate has recently teamed up with a heritage consultant to identify plants, animals, and historical spots around the estate, which has inspired ideas for public art and messaging. The walking trail will provide visitors with a unique and educational experience, highlighting the Indigenous heritage of the area and the importance of preserving it.
The estate is excited to create a walking trail that will showcase the rich history of the area and honour the Indigenous heritage of the estate. The trail will be a unique and educational experience for all who visit the estate, providing visitors with the opportunity to learn about the traditional custodians of the land and their connection to the area.
Songbird Oxley is committed to preserving the natural beauty of the area and promoting sustainable living practices. The walking trail is just one of the many initiatives the estate has undertaken to achieve this goal.
The estate encourages everyone to visit the Bushland page of our website to learn more about the walking trail and the Indigenous heritage of the area.