You and Me, Murrawee

Description :

Explore First Peoples culture and gain a deeper understanding of the Eastern Kulin Nations.

Children will learn how to show respect for Traditional Owners and the continuing connection of First Peoples to Country by participating in an Acknowledgement of Country and sharing in the reading of You and Me, Murrawee; a beautifully observed story of what life would have been like 200 years ago, told through the eyes of a young girl camping by the river with her family.

Students will

  • Discover how plants can be used as resources
  • Explore Indigenous resource plants and tools
  • Pond for aquatic invertebrates
  • Make animal tracks 

Key focuses

  • First Peoples histories, cultures and connection to the land
  • Plants as food, medicine, tools and shelter
  • Storytelling and outdoor literacy

Curriculum Links

All Early Childhood Programs support outcomes from the Victorian Early Years Learning Development Framework: Identity; Community; Wellbeing; Learning; Communication 

Teacher Resources

You and Me, Murrawee Teacher Resource

Time Action
Morning (10:15 to 11:45)
Afternoon (12:45 to 14:15)


Cranbourne Gardens

Recommended year level

Early Childhood


$16.50 Per Student


Minimum charge is 18 students per class. Maximum class size is 30 students.