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USQ culture trail gives greater visibility to Indigenous history

Indigenous communities have worked with the University of Southern Queensland to design a cultural heritage trail to preserve oral history in the state’s south-west.

Surat Aboriginal Corporation manager Angelia Walsh commissioned a team of USQ researchers to help collect and document material that would interpret the landscape’s Indigenous history 

The trail was designed by members of six communities based at the towns of Charleville, Cunnamulla, Mitchell, Roma, St George and Surat. It was launched in early September and is open to visitors.

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