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The name that's worth the fight, for the old people and the young ones too - This Place


Two Aboriginal women in crimson t-shirts, one wearing a brown brimmed hat and the other with grey hair and wearing sunglasses, look to camera. In the background is green grass and trees.
Darumbal Elders, Aunty Sally and Nhaya Nicky (Photo courtesy of the ABC)
4 Dec 2019

For thousands of years, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have been naming places that were sacred or important to them.

This video is part of an ABC produced series named This Place. It tells the story behind one of these special places.

After years of fighting, two mountains in Central Queensland have been given back their traditional names. Aunty Sally and Nhaya Nicky share why the Darumbal Community fought so hard for this change.

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For more information, visit This Place.

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