Bickerton Street, Wangaratta 3677
Marmungun Rock is at the beginning of the Bullawah Cultural Trail, with the word 'Marmungun' meaning ‘of this group/area’ – it is the closest traditional Bpangerang word for community. The featured hand prints are an enduring tribute to outstanding individuals in our community. During National Reconciliation Week, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community recognises the Wangaratta Citizen of the Year.
The Bullawah Cultural Trail project was created to celebrate and share the ancient stories, knowledge and skills of local Indigenous people.
Bullawah (bulla meaning two and wah meaning water) signifies the two suspension bridges crossing the river as well as the joining of the two rivers and the coming together of Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. As you journey the trail, you are invited you to share in stories of the Bpangerang people to learn more of how they lived here and the importance of country to their culture.
Bickerton Street ,
Aerial View of Apex Park with artwork around Marmungan Rock
Interpretation Signage Apex Park Wangaratta
Rocks with aboriginal carvings in Apex Park Wangaratta