The area was originally inhabited by the Wurundjeri Tribe, and was a meeting place for clans

Since it was more recently settled as a sheep farming area by George Evans, Emu Bottom Wetlands has long since been reinvigorated as a naturally beautiful area. Since 1994 The “Friends of Emu Bottom Wetlands Reserve” have been working with the Hume Council to get the reserve back to a natural beacon for wetland animals such as platypus, wetland birds and cockatoos, parakeets and the like.

More information about it’s history, a map, etc is coming soon.