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Museum in a Box is available for set three week loan periods and can be sent to any educational institution across Australia.
It examines the ways in which Indigneous people obtain, process and use their food resources. It will also help students to understand:
- that Indigenous people use many methods of finding, collecting and processing food;
- that Indigenous people obtain a variety of products from a single resource;
- the creative way Indigneous people respond to diverse conditions and environments.
- 18 bush food specimens
- Bush smells
- Bush Tucker environment posters
- Bush Tucker activity card
- Bush Calendar posters
- Information panels