Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation has chosen the 5th June – the United Nations: World Environment Day – to launch a short film ‘Bungaroo’ calling on government, industry, and the Australian community to help protect Bungaroo – an important cultural precinct, from the impacts of mining.
Bungaroo has supported our way of life for generations and it needs to be protected.
The impact to the Bungaroo is not only cultural, but also poses a significant environmental issue that for many people is out of sight and out of mind, and the important issue of water rights for First Nations peoples.
Water, known as bawa, is intrinsic to the culture, Country, and heritage of Robe River Kuruma People.

Bawa is life. There is no life without bawa.

Visit our website to view and share this powerful film


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