The grass heads are easy to recognise. Can you spot them? The seeds ripen
in summer and people in the tableland and high country areas of New South
Wales collected them in great quantities, to grind and bake into cakes.
Kangaroo Grass was gathered in wooden bowls. The seeds were separated and
grinding stones were used to produce flour which was mixed with water and
cooked to make damper.
Seed heads of Kangaroo Grass
Australian National Botanic Gardens - Education Service