|Name||WA Journey Ways - Manja koorliny bidi (clan walking route) - Kambarang|
Mandja koorliny bidi (walking to a meeting place) are movements made by larger groups of people as they made their way to traditional gathering places for trading, lore, ceremony and festival. Kambarang (October-November) is the season of birth.
|Added to System||2023-07-26 12:54:27|
|Updated in System||2023-08-14 15:50:41|
|Subject||indigenous, aboriginal, western australia, journey way|
|Creator||Rose Davis (collected by A.L. Hill) in 'Journey Ways' project, Dr Francesca Robertson, Dr Noel Nannup, Alison Nannup.|
|Publisher||WA Journey Ways is a collaboration of Kurongkurl Katitjin, Edith Cowan University and WA Main Roads.|
Hill, A. L. 'Sharing Sweet Water: Culture and the Wise Use of Wetlands in Western Australia', Ph.D. Thesis, Murdoch University, 2013.
|License||Copyright. Do not re-use without permission.|
Material condensed from A.L Hill's Ph.D. Thesis, 'Sharing Sweet Water: Culture and the Wise Use of Wetlands in Western Australia (Murdoch University). Permissions provided for TLC Map. Do not re-use without permission.
|Date Created (externally)||2023-07-26|