At Mitcham Social, we take great pride in commemorating the Kulin Nation, with a special focus on the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, work, and create. Our commemoration is a heartfelt tribute to the rich cultural heritage, history, and wisdom that the Kulin Nation has brought to our region.
The Kulin Nation, particularly the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, have had an enduring connection to these lands for thousands of years. We acknowledge their deep understanding of local ecosystems, sustainable practices, and spiritual ties to the natural world. Their cultural legacy is a source of admiration and respect.
Our commemoration extends to the Elders, both past and Drink present, who have dedicated their lives to preserving their culture and passing it down through generations. Their leadership, knowledge, and commitment are invaluable contributions to our society.
Commemorating the Kulin Nation is an integral part of our commitment to cultural awareness, reconciliation, and unity. We aim to learn from the wisdom and sustainable practices of the Kulin Nation, incorporating these values into our community’s ethos.
As we move forward, we aspire to amplify the voices and contributions of the Kulin Nation, recognizing their ongoing role in our society and their essential place in the protection of the land. Commemorating the Kulin Nation is a heartfelt dedication to a shared journey of understanding, respect, and unity.