Created By: Uki and South Arm Historical Society
The walk has audio stories, and slider images for you to enjoy, so please consider downloading the Pocketsights app on your mobile device.
The name Uki is taken from the Aboriginal name "yugoi", meaning ''bandicoot'' in the Ndunguwal language.
Unlike many other villages, Uki, according to a report of the Lands Department, was never officially proclaimed; "it just grew up".
On a map dated 1887, "In the event of a village being proclaimed here, the name Uki might be adopted". Land sales for blocks in Uki village were held on 13 December 1905.
By 1914 the village included;
Let's get started and we hope you enjoy some stories from our past. You may even see Uki's ghost!
We thank the Tweed Regional Museum for their cooperation on access to the audio and images on this walking tour.