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TERRA BULLA LEUMEAH CONSERVATION RESERVE 151 DICKSONWAY, MYORA Q.4183

MMEIC are currently working on a project to upgrade Terra Bulla Leumeah Conservation Reserve, the old Myora Mission Site.

THE NEW UPGRADE WILL BE LAUNCHED AT THE MMEIC 21ST ANNIVERSARY EVENT AT TERRA BULLA LEUMEAH 21ST MARCH 2015 10am to 4pm EVERYBODY WELCOME!

Terra Bulla Leumeah is a 1.5 hectare bushland property situated at Myora on North Stradbroke Island.

This site is owned by Redland City Council. The Elders have chosen the name 'Terra Bulla Leumeah' for the site meaning

'A beautiful place, here I rest"

This project will enhance the potential of this very special and culturally significant area by developing the Bush Tucker gardens, installing wheelchair access and seating for cultural exchange programs, such as cultural talks and dance performances.

The MMEIC Vision for Terra Bulla Leumeah is to develop this area as a Historical Cultural Place where Cultural knowledge, education and awareness programs will be transmitted.  

The site has a strong link to the recent and long-term past of Aboriginal people in the region as it was previously the old Myora Mission site. The Elders recall stories of their grandparents living on the land and its importance as a gathering place.

The area is also listed as a regional ecosystem of concern by the Environmental Protection Agency, due to the significant vegetation and habitat types present.

The Terra Bulla Leumeah upgrade project is proudly sponsored by Sibelco Australia Limited through the Straddie Sand Mining Community Fund.


  
Below: Joshua Walker and the Yullu-Burri-Ba dancers performing Aboriginal song and dance  for the Opening Ceremony for MMEIC Open Day at Terra Bulla Leumeah. Held on the 17th September 2011.
This event was sponsored by Redland City Council Community Grants Program.
Below: MMEIC Jiman Jiman Bush Tucker Festival. Held at Terra Bulla Leumeah on the 15th September 2012.
This event was sponsored by Redland City Council Community Grants Program.