20 Years Strong – Brungle-Tumut LALC

Two Decades Back in Business

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L to R: Sharon Robson, Elsie Freeman, Sue Bulger. Image: OurMob

If necessity is the mother of invention, change is most certainly the father of re-invention.

And for Brungle-Tumut Local Aboriginal Land Council, the last 20 years have brought major challenges, incredible change, and a rebuilding of the LALC into something new.

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There’s nothing a cuppa won’t fix. Image:OurMob

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“Wild Wiradjuri Women” – Noelene Williams, Sonia Piper, Sue Bulger. Image: OurMob

OurMob visited the beautiful town of Tumut to speak with the strong Wiradjuri women who have helped lead the LALC into calm waters.

We hope you enjoy our video below.

 

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Stunning Wiradjuri Country at Brungle-Tumut. Image: OurMob

 

 

 

 

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6 comments

  1. Hello my name is Karen Pratt, my Mother Ella Freeman was born in Brungle. Her parents were Patrick Freeman and Christina Williams.
    My sisters and I, would like to visit Brungle and Tumut in November to learn about her life and extended family.
    We would appreciate any advice or contact.
    Kind regards Karen Pratt.

  2. Hello my fellow Wiradjuri People im wishing to move back to Country and making enquires about any land Coucil lsnd around Cootamundra that we could camp on permanently or Aboriginal Housing in Cootamundra we are currently classed as homeless as we are in a caravan with no electricity or water.
    Kind regards
    Donna Luck

    • Hi David, contact the Brungle Tumut Local Aboriginal Land Council and they should be able to help you with information you need.

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