Undalup Members believe that “from little things, big things grow”.


The Undalup Association Inc. embraces the Aboriginal culture. We believe that the shared ownership of our events and projects will lead to a more reconciled and respectful future giving us all a sense of belonging and drawing everyone into the culture, spirit and history of the area.


The Wadandi People have a long association with the South West and its natural resources. Aboriginal lore (learning and knowledge of tradition) dictates how best to keep “Caring for Country” and this is something the Undalup Association is sharing with the broader South West communities.


Aboriginal heritage is a central element in Aboriginal spirituality and customary lore and is inseparable from the natural environment which is associated with dreaming stories and cultural learning that links Aboriginal people with who they are and where they belong. Its conservation ensures continued respect for the ancestors and ancestral beings who shaped the land.


"It is important for others to have an understanding of, and connection to our land, to respect and learn from the Wadandi land and sea management practices, so that together we can all explore ways to keep
“Caring for Country”.


Aboriginal events,

Busselton Cultural events

Wadandi People

Cultural Custodians

South West events

South West Aboriginal people

Noongar events

Noongar people of South West


Cultural Traditions

Cultural entertainment

Cultural Celebrations

Busselton Tribal Mix event, (Former event

Act Belong Commit events

Healthway events Healthy events

Busselton High st Hall,
47 Bussell Hwy, cnr of High street in Busselton
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