Nillumbik Emus Orienteering Club Rules for an Incorporated Association

  • Nillumbik Emus Orienteering Club Inc. A00303358L
  • ABN 31 366 220 205 GST nil or exempt

Certificate of Incorporation

Sportscover Certificate of Currency Insurance

Bank Deposit Details

  • Account Name: Nillumbik Emus
  • BSB: 063112
  • Account Number: 10321951
  • Payment details: Reference with your name

Sunsmart Policy

New Club Shelters
DELWP Forest Fire Management Check for planned burns
Cultural recognition of First Nations People

Land Map of Aboriginal Victoria

‘Ceremony’ 1898 William Barak – pencil, wash, ground wash, charcoal solution, gouache and earth pigments on paper – NGV

William Barak was a traditional ngurungaeta (elder) of the Wurundjeri-willam clan, first inhabitants of present-day Melbourne. He became an influential spokesman for Aboriginal social justice and an important informant on Wurundjeri cultural lore.

The original inhabitants of Nillumbik were the Wurundjeri Aboriginal people. Nillumbik, was named in the late 1830s, and the name was derived from an Aboriginal word nyilumbik meaning “shallow earth”. Nillumbik was also an early name for the area around the Diamond Valley.