Mungo Youth Project

CABAH researchers Nathan Jankowski from the University of Wollongong and Kelsie Long, from The Australian National University, introduced groups of school children to one of the country’s most significant archeological areas during the Mungo Youth Project in May 2019.

Close to 250 primary and secondary students took part in the bi-annual camp, enjoying hands-on activities and immersive lessons about Australia’s Indigenous past and present. Nathan and Kelsie were joined by UOW honours student Meg Ensor and colleagues from La Trobe University. Together they taught the students about how the landscape can reveal clues to our ancient past.

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