Wild plants and meals of swamp wallaby, lizard, or wombat sustained Australia's indigenous people for tens of thousands of years before British settlers brought a radical change of diet.
Evan Yanna Muru takes people on a 'cultural hike' in the Blue Mountains, west of Sydney, on December 3, 2012. Yanna Muru educates tourists about the local Darug clan, who get their name from the yams or sweet potatoes that grow in the region. So-called 'bush tucker,' the local fruits, shoots and creatures including kangaroo and crocodile, are enjoying a renaissance on dining tables Down Under.
But so-called "bush tucker" -- the local fruits, shoots and creatures that also include kangaroo and crocodile -- are enjoying something of a renaissance on dining tables Down Under.
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