Aboriginal culture trails
Brisbane City Council helps to preserve and communicate Aboriginal cultural heritage through initiatives such as bushland culture trails.
The Aboriginal Art Trail at Boondall Wetlands consists of 18 aluminium sculptures.
The sculptures tell stories of how Aboriginal clans used the land, flora and fauna of the wetlands. You can see the sculptures along the walking and bicycle track through the reserve.
For a map of the Boondall Wetlands Aboriginal Art Trail contact Council.
Find out more about the Boondall Wetlands.
The Mt Coot-tha Aboriginal Art Trail presents Aboriginal art in its natural setting. You can see how Aboriginal art is used as a way of mapping the land and passing on cultural information.
The 1.5 kilometre walking trail features eight artworks. Due to their age and design, the artworks along the trail are weathered and fading into the landscape. Artworks may also be difficult to locate.
Interpretation signs are provided at each location.
Find out more about Mt Coot-tha Forest and other natural areas.
Peace Park, Nashville
The Aboriginal Bush Culture Trail at Peace Park, Nashville, focuses on the Aboriginal food sources in the area.
The 250 metre circular trail features hand-painted and carved totems depicting plants and animals.
The trail commences off the bikeway, behind Nashville State School at Baskerville Street, Brighton.
You can find the Baskerville Street bikeway in map one of the bikeway maps.