Margaret Robertson
Comms & Special Projects

Working intensely with the Kojonup community ‒ Noongar and settler ‒ to develop the interpretive centre displays at The Kodja Place was a quite different but equally amazing grassroots experience for her.

Marg’s university studies involved a double major in Geography and Anthropology from UWA, with awards in both subjects, and a First Class Honours science degree in Environmental Management from Edith Cowan with a thesis entitled ‘Evaluating Oral Histories for Restoration Ecology’. Recording oral histories, especially environmental oral histories, continues to be one of her passions.

Marg played a key role in the production of our film ‘Breathing Life into Boodja’ and our series of short films for the WA Museum Boola Bardip, and is continuing

to develop our ‘Heartland Journeys’ website, associated monthly stories for the Southerly Magazine, and other communication projects. Marg is committed to supporting First Nations peoples’ aspirations and is excited to see a head of steam building in support of the Uluru Statement From the Heart.


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