|BugalbehBugal yanggiwahla gunu ngalingah jagunahGanngahla Banyam/Baigham ngeh ngali ngajangehni mahmangehniGanngahla gulgi baygalgahYuh yanggiwabah bulgamah waybarah bulangahNyahbibu||G’day and welcomeIt is good you are coming here to our countryWe Banyam/Baigham people think about our AncestorsYou and other peopleLater, return home to your camps safelySee you|
The language above is Baigham from North Lismore as transcribed by Dr. Margaret Sharpe. This is one of the many languages of the Bundjalung Nation.
We would like to welcome and pay respect to our Ancestors and Elders, past and present, of the Bundjalung Nation. We extend that welcome to all visitors to this site.
Following on from the success of Celebrating Local Life with lots of wonderful free activities designed for children to learn more about what farmers do, to make the show experience a happy one we are looking for ways to take care of you and your small children.
Apart from the wonderful free activities we are also producing a range of activity sheets to assist you to teach your children about where their food comes from.