Adungadoo Pathway & Yarning Circle

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Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

The Adungadoo Pathway provides a delightful 1.7km walk along Bungil Creek, past Shady’s Lagoon and through picturesque gardens and landscapes that include giant river gums.

 

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Adungadoo was the Mandandanji name for Bungil Creek, and the Pathway was designed in consultation with Mandandanji artist Laurie Nilson. Beside the Andungadoo Pathway is a yarning circle and smoking pit, with a pathway leading into it in the form of a serpent. The yarning circle is surrounded by sandstone seats that have been carved with images of local animals, and has become a place where local Aboriginal people hold meetings and celebrations, including weddings.

 

 

It is also a peaceful place for the visitor to sit and contemplate the Aboriginal history of the surrounding landscape and nearby China Town.

Adungadoo Pathway, Roma
Roma map Adungadoo Pathway
Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

Map of Roma located along the Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

Yarning Circle Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

Yarning Circle, Adungadoo Pathway, Roma

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Elders, past, present and future.

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