Indigenous Bush Tucker Hunting Mobile
For thousands of years, Aboriginal Australians have been surviving on “bush tucker” and foods provided by the outback. Aboriginals were hunters and gatherers, hunting wildlife to provide meat and gathering fruits, seeds and insects for their daily meals. Each season, weather conditions and geographic location would impact the types of food available, making their diet varied and well balanced. Aboriginal men within the tribe were normally the ones responsible for hunting live game for meat. Luckily for them, there was a lot of wildlife throughout the Australian bush available. The animals were hunted using tools like small daggers and spears made from sharpened stone.