Indigenous Parks Trail

Map

Council has been collaborating with Butchulla Elders on a number of Indigenous Park projects to highlight the important connection between the Butchulla people and their country and share this information with residents and visitors.

Click on each Indigenous Park below to find out more information

  • Butchulla Seasonal Garden

    Summary
    The gardens represent the important traditional pathway from the coast to the Bunya Mountains, that was travelled by Butchulla people.
    Address
    Old Maryborough Road
    Pialba QLD 4655
  • Dayman Park - Indigenous Shade Shelter

    Summary
    The Dayman Park Indigenous Shade Shelter reflects and preserves the rich culture of the Butchulla people through design, artwork and place making elements.
    Address
    Opposite 7 Pulgul Street
    Urangan QLD 4655
  • Dayman Park - Midden Trail

    Summary
    The original concept for the Midden Trail Story began in 2007.
    Address
    Opposite 7 Pulgul Street
    Urangan QLD 4655
  • Kingfisher Lakes

    Summary
    This estate was previously part of a larger property that included Maryborough Rd to the north-west, Urraween Rd to the south and Pantlins Lane to the east.
    Address
    1 Conservation Drive
    Urraween QLD 4655
  • Pir'ri Reserve

    Summary
    The Reserve was named Pir’ri, which means mangrove, by members of the Wondunna Clan of the Butchulla people.
    Address
    204 River Heads Road
    River Heads QLD 4655
  • Warun Bush Tucker Garden

    Summary
    This site now home to the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens and the surrounding Urangan area holds much significance for the Butchulla people.
    Address
    Botanic Gardens
    62-92 Elizabeth Street
    Urangan QLD 4655
  • Wook-Koo

    Summary
    According to Aboriginal legend Wook-Koo was the first inhabitant.
    Address
    Woocoo Drive
    Oakhurst QLD 4650