Mooroopna refers to the very deep waterhole of the Kaiela, Goulburn River on Yorta-Yorta country, near the junction of Dhungala (the Murray) River. The river was an important food source for our people providing yabbies, crayfish, red fin, yellow belly, cod, swan, duck, crane and other birds.
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