The Unlocking Heritage Travel Subsidy is available to NSW primary schools that have an FOEI score of +100 for Resource Allocation Model funding, to attend one of a selection of Stage 1, 2 and 3 programs offered by Sydney Living Museums and the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. Please refer to the Programs Available below for the relevant programs offered by Muru Mittigar at Rouse Hill House and Farm.

Eligible schools will receive up to $20 per student towards their travel costs to attend one of these education programs. CLICK HERE NOW TO APPLY FOR YOUR FUNDING! 

Programs Available

Early Stage 1

Art Class and Boomerang Throwing

Geography, Visual Arts, PDHPE

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

Learn about the meaning and spiritual purpose of Aboriginal artworks, and how they were used to illustrate and pass on stories. Observe how a boomerang is thrown and give it a go.

Culture Talk and Bush Tucker

History, Geography

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

To understand the impact of colonisation on the way of life of Aboriginal people, students will gather at the Yarning Circle to listen to Dreamtime stories and a yidaki (didgeridoo), explore the traditions of food gathering and preparation and gain an appreciation of the importance of bush animals and their totemic significance.

Stage 1

Art Class and Boomerang Throwing

Geography, Visual Arts, PDHPE

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

Learn about the meaning and spiritual purpose of Aboriginal artworks, and how they were used to illustrate and pass on stories. Observe how a boomerang is thrown and give it a go.

Culture Talk and Bush Tucker

History, Geography

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

To understand the impact of colonisation on the way of life of Aboriginal people, students will gather at the Yarning Circle to listen to Dreamtime stories and a yidaki (didgeridoo), explore the traditions of food gathering and preparation and gain an appreciation of the importance of bush animals and their totemic significance.

Stage 2

Art Class and Boomerang Throwing

Geography, Visual Arts, PDHPE

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

Learn about the meaning and spiritual purpose of Aboriginal artworks, and how they were used to illustrate and pass on stories. Observe how a boomerang is thrown and give it a go.

Culture Talk and Bush Tucker

History, Geography

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

To understand the impact of colonisation on the way of life of Aboriginal people, students will gather at the Yarning Circle to listen to Dreamtime stories and a yidaki (didgeridoo), explore the traditions of food gathering and preparation and gain an appreciation of the importance of bush animals and their totemic significance.

Stage 3

Art Class and Boomerang Throwing

Geography, Visual Arts, PDHPE

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

Learn about the meaning and spiritual purpose of Aboriginal artworks, and how they were used to illustrate and pass on stories. Observe how a boomerang is thrown and give it a go.

Culture Talk and Bush Tucker

History, Geography

MURU MITTIGAR, ROUSE HILL HOUSE & FARM

To understand the impact of colonisation on the way of life of Aboriginal people, students will gather at the Yarning Circle to listen to Dreamtime stories and a yidaki (didgeridoo), explore the traditions of food gathering and preparation and gain an appreciation of the importance of bush animals and their totemic significance.