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, also called
and Wadawurrung, are an Indigenous Australian tribe living
in the area near Melbourne, Geelong
and the Bellarine...
- The Wathaurong Aboriginal
Co-operative is a community organisation based
in Geelong, Australia
the social, economic, and cultural
, Wada wurrung; obsolete
Barrabool) is the extinct Indigenous Australian language spoken
by the Wathaurong people
of the Kulin...
is an important tribal position
in the Boon wurrung
and Wathaurong tribal peoples
of the Indigenous Australian Kulin alliance
who live from Western...
- local Wathaurong tribe
"Waubra" that po****ted the area prior
settlement. The original inhabitants
were the "Waubra" a Wathaurong
- at Batman's camp in July 1835. Buckley
had been living
with the local Wathaurong people
for over thirty years since
from an early
- of the redevelopment. The Wathaurong Aboriginal
Co-operative is a local community center which serves
the local Wathaurong
people, who originally
- Kryal Castle
grazing. The name Warrenheip originates
from the Wathaurong
word Warrengeep, meaning
"emu's feathers" in reference
to the resemblance...
- the 1830s, the collective
po****tions of the Wurundjeri, Bunurong
and Wathaurong tribes
of the Kulin nation
to be under
20,000. The Kulin...
run called Ballaarat
− in 1837, with the name derived
from a local Wathaurong Aboriginal
word for the area, balla
to mean "resting place"...
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