Living Culture acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders as the first Australians and recognise that they have a unique relationship with the land and water. We also recognise the Mornington Peninsula is home to the Boon Wurrung/Bunurong members of the Kulin Nation, who have lived here for thousands of years and who have traditional connections and responsibilities for the land we walk on. 

We pay our respects to all Elders past & present.

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Guided Walks



On our guided walks, our aim is to empower, educate and engage all different folks from different backgrounds and ages and bring them in close contact to the land. On our walks we can show in a practical way, what the traditional people have known and used for everyday food, medicine and utensils from the bush, in an ancient time where no modern amenities were available. We explain and show the use of artifacts and different things that the land has to offer. We have been guiding our walks for groups of children and overseas visitors and it is great to see the look of amazement on their faces when learning about Indigenous Culture.  Please refer to our testimonials and reviews to hear some of these experiences. 

  • Greens Bush, Main Ridge (circuit) – approx. 3 km (3 hours)

  •  Baldrys Crossing, Main Ridge (circuit 1) – approx. 1.5 km (2 hours) • Baldrys Crossing, Main Ridge (circuit 2) – approx. 3.2 (3.5 hours)

  • The Briars, Mt Martha (circuit 1) – approx. 5 km (3.5 hour) • The Briars, Mt Martha (circuit 2) – approx. 2 km (2.5 hour) • Main Creek, Flinders (circuit) – approx. 1.5 km (2 hours)

  • Number 16's Beach Divide, Rye (up and back) – approx. 2 km (2 hours)

  •  McCrae foreshore, McCrae (up and back) – approx. 1.5 km (1.5 hours) wheelchair access

  • •Bushrangers Bay, Cape Schanck (up and back) – approx. 5 km (4 hours)

Images by Keith Stead, Sam Gummer Galleries