Indigenous Digital Storytelling: By Brett Leavy

Join First Nations digital warrior Brett Leavy on a virtual journey back to the ancient and fascinating world of the Wurundjeri people, their connection to Kulin and the Yarra River.*

Brett Leavy is the founder of Virtual Songlines and heads Bilbie Virtual Lab, a dedicated team of First Nations and non-Indigenous game developers, who recreate authentic virtual environments to map Indigenous culture and heritage. Visitors are encouraged to put on wireless VR handsets to explore this engaging interactive digital environment.

*Please note: Glen Eira stands on the traditional lands of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation who are the Traditional Owners of the area that makes up the southern and south-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, which includes the City of Glen Eira. 

Elder Camp on Wimmera River 2018. Wimmera Cultural Heritage Game screenshot. Image courtesy of Brett Leavy, Bilbie Virtual Labs and Wimmera CMA.