This painting represents Echuca – ‘Meeting of the Waters’ of the Kaiela, Goulburn, Campaspe and the Dhungala (the Murray) Rivers on Yorta-Yorta country. These rivers are all important food sources for our people where we have lived and cared for the land for thousands of years. Many sacred areas exist along the riverbanks where ceremony was held, our spirit still lives there today.
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