Waraburra Nura was developed by UTS ART in collaboration with Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research (JIIER).

This initiative has benefited from the knowledge of many individuals, including D’harawal Senior and botanist Aunty Fran Bodkin, whose research on medicinal plants was essential to the foundation and development of the garden, website and the associated resources; Yamatji/Wajarri artist and designer Nicole Monks who conceived of its layout and design; and Yuin Senior Uncle Bruce Pascoe, who advised on edible plants and Indigenous agricultural practices.

The audio recordings used throughout this website feature Aunty Fran Bodkin talking about the different plants in Waraburra Nura and their uses. They were recorded and transcribed by Tamatau Faleono, a former Wiradjuri student in the UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT (FEIT).

UTS ART would also like to thank the following individuals for their contributions and support for this project: Maree Graham, Kaleena Smith, Blanch Lake, Jerwayne James, Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews, Cara Mancini, UTS Facilities Management Operations and Central Services.