Meeting Place of the Manna Gum Peoples

Meeting place of the Manna Gum Peoples by sculptor Mr Savaad Felich consists of metallic two-metre-tall Manna gum leaves encircled by granite rocks. It represents local people's connection to place and the significance of the Manna gum as a symbol of local Indigenous culture.

The sculpture (2005) was inspired by a Welcome to Country ceremony conducted by Wurundjeri elder Joy Wandin Murphy, in which she explained the significance of the Manna Gum to local Aboriginal people.

Located in green parkland adjacent to the Little Yarra River, the scupture can be found directly behind the football oval at Yarra Junction.