DINDI ARTS TRAIL - Bunjil and Waang Mural

DINDI ARTS TRAIL - Bunjil and Waang Mural

Dindi Arts Trail runs throughout the Kinglake Ranges.
Read more about the Dindi Art Trail and all of the fantastic art you can see on it 
This mural and nearby pathway were collaborative projects between Uncle Mick Harding, Mitchil Harding, Tim Honey and Anthony Brady.
Here is the story of the artwork
Birds hold an important place in the creation stories of the language groups of the Eastern Kulin Nation- Taungurung is one of these groups, the others being Woiwurrung, Boonwurrung, DjaDjawurrung and Wadawurrung.
The most important of the birds is Bunjil the Wedge Tailed Eagle, the Creator and Waang the Crow - the Protector.
Bunjil and Waang are totems of approximately 70 clams of the Eastern Kulin Nation. The Great Dividing Range, where Kinglake sits, is a place where Taungurung and Woiwurrung people's often met to discuss business.