Join Aunty Dale Chapman from My Dilly Bag for a bush tucker tasting table. Get tips on where to forage or buy products, have a taste of delicious bush foods as well as learn the native botanical health benefits. Take the time to understand aboriginal culture in a new way



On-Campus: Thu 30 July, 4.30pm (International Arrival Lounge, St Lucia)

Online: Wed 5 August, 3.30pm (UQLife Facebook Live)

Cost: FREE



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Aunty Dale Chapman is a Kooma, Yuwaalaraay woman from western Queensland.
Regarded as a leader in her field, Aunty Dale is the founder of My Dilly Bag, a celebrated and award-winning chef, cookbook author, public speaker, television personality, YouTuber and lecturer. Active in Aboriginal affairs, Aunty Dale is a member of the Queensland Indigenous Chamber of Commerce, Slow Food International and Director of Stepping Black Indigenous Australia.


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Thursday, 30 July 2020 - 4:30pm to 5:30pm
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Wednesday, 5 August 2020 - 3:30pm to 4:30pm
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