NSW
Indigenous
National Parks
Bald Rock National Park
Walk up that granite face of a little-known national park listening to the sounds, songs and stories. From granite tors and magic men to orchid gardens and the first park ranger.
NSW
Indigenous
National Parks
Coombadjha Walk - Washpool National Park
World heritage listed Washpool National Park is a place of dramatic gorges, crystal clear waters, and magnificent ancient rainforest.
East of Armidale, Wollomombi Falls is one of the country’s largest waterfalls. You can often see torrents of water cascading from the grassy New England tableland into the vast and wild gorge system beneath it.
Apsley Falls offers some of the most remarkable scenery in Eastern Australia, where untouched wilderness meets farmland. 
A highly original sound walk that takes us into the heart of the towns Open Air Gallery and makes clear why Walcha is increasingly renowned in the arts circuit today.
Queensland
Miles
An intimate sound walk into the voices and stories of the western Queensland town. From the town's die-hard locals to what happened that day on the Dogwood Creek.
A living audio portrait of the Aboriginal people who lived in what was called ‘The Gulley’ just out of Inverell, from the 1940s to the 70s.
NSW
Canada
Indigenous
Myall Creek
‘The path to the future passes through the past.’ In 1838 at Myall Creek, shed blood went into the ground and cried out for justice. Powerful stories of the Aboriginal massacre and the efforts of descendants to heal.
NSW
Canada
Warialda
This is a district rich in stories of survival and courage, and of community and friendship. This Soundtrail is a living, breathing doorway into the voices, sounds and music of the people of Warialda.
NSW
Indigenous
Walgett
Walgett was where the Freedom Ride exploded onto the national stage when a busload of Freedom Ride students found the discrimination they were looking for and an Aboriginal population who were prepared to stand up and fight.
NSW
Indigenous
Education
Aboriginal Diggers
Standing on sacred Kamilaroi ground, the Aboriginal section of the Moree cemetery hosts the remains of 220 Aboriginal people, most buried at the height of segregation.
Ghosts in the jailhouse, what it means to be a local, talking cats, and Peter Allen’s manna from heaven. This is a rare glimpse into the border town of Tenterfield. Produced with the kids of St Joseph’s school.
NSW
Indigenous
Education
Armidale Catholic Precinct
Introducing The Catholic Precinct Soundtrail – a geo locative audio walk and meditation of one of Armidale’s most loved historic sites.
When Nimbin agreed to host the 1973 Aquarius Festival, the influx of university students and hippies changed the small dairy community forever.
Queensland
Nanango
Stories, sounds and shared memories from Queensland’s fourth oldest town, via the nimble footed journeying of 92 year old former mayor, Reg McCallum.
NSW
Canada
Bingara
From the Greek café owners to the kids on the river or the extraordinary veteran stories down Finch Street, the Bingara Soundtrail is a sonic tour-de-force with stories for everyone.
Aboriginal people were banned from swimming in the Moree Baths until the Freedom Riders lined up at the swimming pool demanding entry.
Queensland
Nambour
Putting the hipster into the heritage of one of the Sunshine Coast’s oldest towns.
A heady mix of sounds and stories from Uralla’s collective memory, spanning many generations, many people, and many lives.
NSW
Canada
Education
The Living Classroom
Connection visitors to land through sustainable farming, wild food foraging and carbon capture.
NSW
Education
SCU CubeWalk
Stories of resilience from Southern Cross University students and staff serve as an orientation to the Lismore campus. Produced by Media and Communications students.