ANSTO’s Dharawal mural recognises indigenous heritage at Lucas Heights

 Recognising heritage: (left to right) Dharawal Elder, Les Bursill; Endeavour Sports High School art teacher, Rick O'Brien; Endeavour Sports High students Darcey Moran and Ella Robinson; Bruce Cowell, Deputy Chair, Sutherland Shire Council Aboriginal Advisory Committee deputy chair Bruce Cowell; Councilor Tom Croucher; ANSTO CEO Adi Paterson at the Dharawal Mural.

Recognising heritage: (left to right) Dharawal Elder, Les Bursill; Endeavour Sports High School art teacher, Rick O'Brien; Endeavour Sports High students Darcey Moran and Ella Robinson; Bruce Cowell, Deputy Chair, Sutherland Shire Council Aboriginal Advisory Committee deputy chair Bruce Cowell; Councilor Tom Croucher; ANSTO CEO Adi Paterson at the Dharawal Mural.

The campus of the Australian Nuclear Science Technology Organisation (ANSTO) at Lucas Heights is surrounding by bushland that is home to significant Indigenous sites of the Dharawal people.

To recognise traditional owners of the land upon which the Lucas Height campus is located, ANSTO commissioned the Dharawal Mural which has been created by the students of Endeavour Sports High School.