At Mitcham Social, we hold a deep appreciation for the Wurundjeri People, particularly the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, who are the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we operate. Our relationship with the Wurundjeri People is one of respect, acknowledgment, and a commitment to cultural awareness and reconciliation.
The Wurundjeri People have an ancient and unbroken connection to the land, spanning thousands of years. We acknowledge their profound knowledge of local ecosystems, sustainable practices, and their spiritual relationship with the natural world. This relationship with the land serves as a source of inspiration and admiration.
At Mitcham Social, we extend our respect to the Elders of wood fired the Wurundjeri People, both past and present, for their dedication to preserving their culture, traditions, and wisdom. The leadership and knowledge they bring to their communities enrich the cultural heritage of Australia.
Our connection with the Wurundjeri People is a pivotal part of our mission to foster cultural understanding and reconciliation. We aim to learn from their cultural traditions and sustainable practices, integrating these values into our community’s ethos.
As we move forward, we are committed to amplifying the voices and perspectives of the Wurundjeri People, celebrating their contributions to our society and recognizing their crucial role in protecting the land. The relationship between the Wurundjeri People and Mitcham Social is a symbol of our dedication to a shared journey of understanding, respect, and unity.