Let’s go on a gumnut treasure hunt!

Have a go at painting your own gumnuts at home.

If you would like to use some Aboriginal symbols on your gumnuts, here are some examples to help you get started.

 

Campsite

Campsite

Emu

Emu

Kangaroo

Kangaroo

River or ocean

River or ocean

Star

Star

Waterhole

Waterhole

 

Once you’ve painted your collection, display them at home or use them for a fun treasure hunt game - find the kwobidok (beautiful) gumnuts!

Have a colourful and creative time!

Tips:

  • For a fun way to display your gumnuts at home, try filling up a glass jar or vase with your creations – they look really moorditj (solid)!  

Watch Activity 5 video on YouTube

Share with us

We would love to see your kwobidok (beautiful) bush art!  

Share your photos to the Kings Park Home Delivery Facebook group or use the hashtag #KingsParkHomeDelivery.

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