Making News
30/04/2021
School garden reflects growing connection to environment and First Nations people
by Mornington Peninsula Magazine

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Kunyung Primary School assistant principal Craig Entwistle and Dunkley federal Labor MP Peta Murphy with school captains Felix, Luke, Lily and Grace.

Kunyung Primary School in Mount Eliza has created an indigenous garden thanks to $10,000 from the Dunkley Local Schools Community Fund. Dunkley federal Labor MP Peta Murphy recently visited the school and met student leaders to talk about the importance of this new gathering place.

“Kunyung Primary School’s new indigenous garden is a place where the students can connect with the environment and come together to learn, share and celebrate the culture of our First Australians,” Ms Murphy said.

The fund provides money to help schools with small capital works and equipment purchases.

This article has been updated to correct an error in the caption

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