Owing to the corona virus pandemic, the 20th anniversary Myall Creek Memorial ceremony has been cancelled. However the Friends of Myall Creek are planning a virtual Annual Gathering. Read more from the Friends below. This year marks a significant milestone for the Myall Creek Memorial, being the 20th [...]
Myall Creek, New South Wales, Australia. It was on Myall Creek station that stockmen massacred 28 Aboriginal men, women and children on 10 June 1838. The trial of 11 convicts and former convicts for the murders created a sensation because, at the time, Europeans were hardly ever charged with [...]
The very moving annual Memorial Ceremony was held at the Myall Creek Massacre Memorial near Bingara, New South Wales on Sunday 11 June 2017. The Memorial, that was opened on 10 June 2000, attracts many visitors and large crowds to the yearly commemoration for the 28 Aboriginal men, women [...]
Friends of Myall Creek, program previously at https://www.myallcreek.info/index.php/june-ceremony The Friends of Myall Creek website is currently unavailable. This page has been retained until the status of the site is known.
‘Conversations with Richard Fidler’, ABC Radio, 11.00 am Monday 14 November 2016: Link here: https://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/conversations/conversations-mark-tedeschi/8003650
A new book, Murder at Myall Creek: The trial that defined a nation, by Mark Tedeshi QC, Senior Crown Prosecutor for New South Wales, will be published by Simon & Schuster in November 2016. Read more at: https://www.simonandschuster.com.au/books/Murder-at-Myall-Creek/Mark-Tedeschi/9781925456264
Marea Donnelly, History Writer, The Daily Telegraph, 31 October 2016 Read more at: https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/unsung-colonial-hero-john-plunkett-fought-myall-creek-massacre-racism/news-story/d737ac626f4eb7afc551b507294c4fea