Join indigenous healer and teacher Peta Hudson in an afternoon of scone-baking with Axe Creek Landcare Group. Cook along with Peta as she shares conversations and knowledge for growing and cooking indigenous plants.

This session will be an intimate zoom workshop where participants will be encouraged to set up an iPad and cook-along as Peta demonstrates her cooking method and discusses the role plants play in restoring Country to its former glory.

Prior to the workshop, participants will receive specialty indigenous ingredients for use in this easy scone recipe. Participants will be required to supply their own cupboard staples and cooking equipment.

This event is an opportunity for participants to grow their knowledge around local indigenous plants and develop a deeper understanding of culture.

The 2022 Love Your Land event series is supported by the Victorian Government.


Peta Hudson is a devoted Djaara, Taungurung, and Yorta Yorta woman with ancestral bloodlines in Indian Healing. She draws on her deep ancestral history and connection with Country, to provide a traditional take on a modern recipe. Peta is a lifelong learner and is passionate about sharing Cultural, Spiritual, and Healing ancient sacred knowledge with a focus on recycling and caring for country. Website:

Axe Creek Landcare Group encourages a community-wide, cooperative, multi-disciplinary approach to caring for the land. We seek to understand the knowledge and practices of our traditional landowners, Dja Dja Wurrung; promote sustainable land and water management practices; engage landowners to restore the land, and practice sustainable agriculture.


Indigenous Cooking - Resized
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Sat 5 / Feb 2:00 PM - 6:00 PM





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