Watch the video about Gnangara Mound and discuss, contemplate and answer the following questions:
The Gnangara deepwater system is not separate from the Noongar people, they are part of each other and obliged to care for the water and the land. The long-term wellbeing of Noongar culture depends to a large extent on the health and sustainability of freshwater.
An underground storage of water underneath the surface of earth. The Gnangara Mound is made up of three aquifer layers: superficial, the Leederville aquifer, and the Yarragadee.
It is the deep sleeping place of the Waugal.
These heritage sites are made up of river systems, lakes, wetlands and springs. Kaleeps (camps), hunting places, and artefact scatters all relate to water.
See also this comprehension sheet.