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After 140 years, researchers have rediscovered an important Aboriginal ceremonial ground in East Gippsland

By Jason M. Gibson, Research Fellow, Deakin University
Russell Mullett, Traditional Custodian — Kurnai, Indigenous Knowledge
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It was the site of historic gatherings, such as a four-day initiation ceremony for young men. Then colonial authorities quashed such practices. The place was lost for more than a century, until now.


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