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Burrudi yatharra ngindaji yuwa thirrili ngarri
Bunuba country has a rich history, reaching back deep into time. The landscape features spectacular landforms and remnants of an ancient Devonian reef system that developed over 350 million years ago when the area was a tropical sea.
Bunuba people have one of the longest continuous cultures in the world. We welcome you to come and learn
August - mid December
Barrangga is build up time. It is hot and humid, with thalangu (dust & storms), and walangu (gales) whipping across country. The hot weather signals a big shift for our reptiles as the jungurra (olive python) and walaganburu (rock python) wake up from their cold weather sleep. The flowering Bandiran (silver-leaf paperbark) tells us that the gayi (crocodile) are now laying their eggs.
Image Credit: Bandilngan (Windjana Gorge) (Steve Guerrini)