Kaurna Environment: Plants, Animals, Seasons, Culture & History – Additional Resources

Thank you to James Tylor and Jack Buckskin for their Talking History lecture about Kaurna plants, seasons, culture and history. To compliment their presentation, they have put together some resources to help you learn more. This is by no means an exhaustive list, but just suggestions to get you started!

Nurseries in South Australia
Sovereign Soil Farm

SA State Flora Nursery, Belair National Park

Cafes & Restaurants
Little Local Co, Tailem Bend
Niina Marni Cafe, Gawler
Red Ochre Bar and Grill, Adelaide Parklands

Food suppliers
Warndu, Clare
Something Wild, Adelaide Central Markets
Foodland, Pasadena and Frewville
Red Centre Enterprises

Wild Food Plants of Australia by Tim Low
Useful Native Plants from Temperate Australia by J. Caton & R. Hardwick
Australian Medicinal Plants by E. Lassak & T. McCarthy
Wild Food in Australia by A.B. & J.W. Cribb
Wild Medicine by A.B. & J.W. Cribb
Knowing, Growing, Acacia for Food and Conservation by Neville Bonney
Knowing, Growing, Eating, Edible Wild Native Plants of South Australia by Neville Bonney
Adnyamathanha and Beyond by Neville Bonney
Common Native Plants of the Coorong Region by Neville Bonney

Warndu Mai by Rebecca Sullivan and Damien Coulthard

Indigenous histories (South Australia)
Out of the Silence by Robert Foster & Amanda Nettlebeck
Fatal Collision by Robert Foster & Amanda Nettlebeck
Voices from the Past by Alistair Crooks & Joe Lane
Colonialism and its Aftermath by Peggy Prock and Tom Gara
Food, Control, and Resistance by Tamara Levi
The Ochre Warriors: Peramangk culture and rock art in the Mount Lofty Ranges by Robin Coles and Richard Hunter

Aboriginal History, Culture and Land
Dark Emu by Bruce Pascoe
Fire Country by Victor Steffensen
Sand Talk by Tyson Yunkaporta
The Biggest Estate on Earth by Bill Gammage
Song Spirals by Bay’wa group of Women
The Edge of Memory by Patrick Nunn
Memory Craft by Lynne Kelly
Blood on the Wattle by Bruce Elder
Forgotten Wars by Henry Reynolds
Gunyah, Goondie + Wurley by Paul Memmott
Australia’s Original Languages by R Dixon

First Australians by SBS
First Footprint by ABC