Cultural Heritage

A Cultural Heritage Working Group has Begun

The Chain of Ponds acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung people as the traditional owners of the Moonee Ponds Creek and it's catchment. We acknowledge their deep and continuous connection to land and waterways, and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

The Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Cultural Heritage Aboriginal Corporation has the following recommendations for the Moonee Ponds Creek:

  • Restating the role of Moonee Ponds Creek within the wider landscape
  • Restoring the creek corridor
  • Revegetation works
  • A long-term and holistic view
  • Further investigation into cultural values of the Moonee Ponds Creek
  • Cultural renewal and continuing cultural practices
  • ACTION: WWCHAC Narrap team to be involved in development of planting list for study area from commencement.
  • ACTION: Signage/interpretation strategy to be developed in partnership with WWCHAC for the whole of the catchment to ensure a holistic and coordinated

Cultural Values Review 2021, as part of the Reimagining Moonee Ponds Creek project.

Working Group Lead: Troy Pedersen, Chain of Ponds

Update 16th Oct 2023

on the 11th Oct we had our First Official Cultural Working Group Meeting which was really exciting to finally do. Big thank you to everyone involved and I cannot wait see you all for the next one.

Discussions for the Immersive Trail will Kick Off Next Week

The Wurundjeri Immersive Trail project will be a collaboratively designed project of art installations and / or interactive signs along
Moonee Ponds Creek, showcasing the rich Aboriginal culture of the area through interpretive art and media such as sounds,
video, sculpture and signage.


Coming Soon