McAvoy advocates for truth commissions, treaties with First Peoples

2021-11-13T21:43:26+11:00November 13th, 2021|

Barrister Tony McAvoy SC advocates for truth commissions and treaties with First his 2021 Dr Charles Perkins oration.  In recent years, encouraging the broader Australian public to take an interest in Indigenous Affairs has proven both difficult and problematic, as it is commonly punctuated by calls for Aboriginal [...]

Friends of Myall Creek competition entries close 31 May 2021

2021-05-05T10:48:34+10:00May 5th, 2021|

Thoughts 'N' Dreams Competition 2021 Theme Friends of Myall Creek Memorial student art, writing and song competition entries close Monday 31st May 2021. Enter now. More details at:

New magazine details violent history between colonists and Anaiwan speakers

2018-07-10T23:21:04+10:00July 10th, 2018|

University of New England researchers have produced a new magazine, Resisting New England, detailing frontier conflicts that occurred between colonists and Anaiwan speakers between 1832 and the mid-1840s. The magazine is aimed primarily at Anaiwan people from the New England area of New South Wales, Australia. Read more about the [...]

Australian Frontier Conflicts website new Facebook page

2018-01-07T22:13:40+11:00January 7th, 2018|

Hello All, Since this website was updated and went live in late 2017, the Facebook page connected to the site has also changed. If you were a member of the old Facebook page and would like to rejoin, click on the Facebook icon on the front page of this site [...]

Remembering Dundalli and the Frontier Wars

2018-01-03T19:43:38+11:00January 3rd, 2018|

(Image: Courtesy, Meredith Walker) Dundalli was an Aboriginal warrior who fought to protect his people and country from European invasion. On the anniversary of Dundalli's public hanging on 5 January 1855, a remembrance service, led by Bishop Jeremy Greaves, will be held at St Mark's Buderim, Queensland at 2.00 pm on [...]

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