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King Billy and the Ballarat Tribe
William Buckley wearing possum skin cloak

Wadawurrung people are the Traditional Owners of the country that now includes towns such as Ballarat and Geelong. The Wadawurrung people have looked after and cared for the land for thousands of generations, and are still caring for it today through the Wathaurung Aboriginal Corporation (trading as Wadawurrung) representing Traditional Owner interests at all levels of government and community. The corporation has a statutory role in the management of Aboriginal heritage values and culture within our region, under the Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Act, 2006.[1]


See Also

Wadawurrung

Axes

Bags and Baskets

Basketry

Boomerangs

Canoes & Watercraft

Clubs

Coolamon

Digging Sticks

Eel Traps

Fish Spears

Fire Drills

Flaked Stone Tools

Grinding Stones

Message Sticks

Needles

Net Making

Ochre Mining

Possum Skin Cloaks

Reed Necklaces

Shell Necklaces

Shields

Spears

Spear Thrower

String making

Stone Quarrying

Resin Collection & Use

External Sites

http://sovereignhillhiddenhistories.com.au/


References

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