Waraburra Nura

Language

Written on the plots of Warraburra Nura are words in Dharug and Dharawal of the Sydney region, relating to the plants uses and encouragement to experience the garden.

Bada ngununy dji

Bada - eat

Ngununy - food


Dji - Tea


Burudyara – Butterfly
Dawarang - Shield
Djirang - Leaves of trees
Gana duga

Gana - Smell

Duga - Forest or thick wood about a watercourse

Gilbanung - Grasshopper
Guganagina - Kookaburra
Guwing gura

Guwing - Sun

Gura - Wind

Ngalga - Look
Ngalga gunggung

Ngala - Look

Gunggung - Frog

Mumarri mumarra - Fruit
Ngara Duba

Ngara - Listen, hear, think

Duba - The ground

Ngara Gura

Ngara - Listen, hear, think

Gura - Wind

Ngurra marrayagong

Ngurra - Bird's nest

Marrayagong - Spider

Wuruna - Go outside
Yanga wadi

Yanga - Do

Wadi - Wood

Waraburra Nura

Waraburra -  Happy Wanderer also name of Hardenbergia Violacea, Botany Bay tea or False Sarsaparilla

Nura - Place or Country

Yarra - Eucalyptus, gum-tree
Yuridyuwa - Sit near