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Minang, Mineng or Menang.

What is Minang edit

The name may derive from the bush tucker plant Mearn with the English name bloodroot wer scientific name Haemodorum spicatum.[1] It is like a chilli or an onion. Alternatively, the name Menang may refer to a Mamang (whale), as in Menang Koort (literally Whale Heart) which is the Noongar name for King George Sound.[2]

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Minang Moort - Families and people of Minang country edit

Wp/nys/Bessie Flower edit

Wp/nys/Larry Blight edit

Wp/nys/Bobby - Cape Riche edit

Wp/nys/Hazel Brown edit

Wp/nys/Oscar Colbung edit

Wp/nys/Harley Coyne edit

Wp/nys/Lester Coyne edit

Sources edit

Wp/nys/Ezzard Flowers edit

Wp/nys/Gallypert edit

Wp/nys/Lynette Knapp edit

Wp/nys/Mokare edit

Wp/nys/Manyat edit

Wp/nys/Nebinyan edit

Wp/nys/Carol Petterson edit

Wp/nys/Kim Scott edit

Wp/nys/Jack Williams edit

Wp/nys/Wylie edit

Kwop Mia - Organisations of Minang Country edit

Southern Aboriginal Corporation edit

Great Southern Aboriginal Health Service edit

Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (inc) edit

Minang Tourism edit

Indigenous Tourism is very strong in the Albany Region. There are a number of opportunities to view inidgenous sites with interpretive signage. There are also some tours that you can do. Wanjessy with Larry Blight, Poornati with Joey Williams.

Experiences edit

Kalgan fish traps edit

The Kalgan fish traps located outside of Albany were a Noongar camp site dating back 7,500 years. [3]

Wadjella wom (non indigenous people) once recorded Aboriginal huts, wells, fires wer kangaroo traps. [4]

Kalgan meeting site edit

Discovery Bay Tourism Experience edit

Yule Park edit

Lake Mount Pleassant View edit

Museum of the Great Southern edit

Black Stump edit

Mount Melville edit

Mokare statue in main street edit

Dog Rock edit

Lake Weerlara edit


See also edit

Gnullar Karla Mia - Our Campfires (Language groups)

Ngiyan waarnk - References edit

  1. Bush Tucker Plants for your Home Garden. SERCUL South East Regional Centre for Urban Landcare, Perth. Retrieved 21 August 2017
  2. John Dobson. "Albany, WA's oldest colonial settlement, to officially adopt joint Noongar names". ABC Great Southern. 3 July 2020. Retrieved 3 July 2020
  3. https://web.archive.org/web/20160810121055/http://www.albanygateway.com.au/visitor/historical/oyster-harbour-fish-traps
  4. https://web.archive.org/web/20160810121055/http://www.albanygateway.com.au/visitor/historical/oyster-harbour-fish-traps
  5. 2016. Cathy Glen, Tourism Lecturer South Regional TAFE.