Victoria Aboriginal massacres

Truth of Victoria’s colonisation aired at Yoorrook Justice Commission

2024-04-06T14:32:08+11:00April 6th, 2024|

'The British initially thought Victoria's rapid colonisation in the 1830s was illegal, and were concerned by its violence,' read Kate Ashton's article and a view a video clip from the Yoorrook Justice Commission here on ABC News, Victoria, 5 April 2024: "The South Eastern Portion of Australia"; compiled [...]

Dora Dora massacre evidence accidentally uncovered

2023-10-07T17:20:41+11:00October 7th, 2023|

Former TV host Sheridan Jobbins has accidentally uncovered evidence of a massacre on Dora Dora Station in the Upper Murray, Victoria in the 1830s. Read more in Sarah Krieg's story, ABC Goulburn/Murray, Thursday 5 October 2023: 'Sheridan Jobbins was looking for a piece of land. What she found was [...]

Push for heritage recognition of Wombeetch Puyuun monument

2022-07-10T19:59:05+10:00July 10th, 2022|

Matt Neal of ABC Southwest, Victoria writes about the push to have Heritage Victoria recognise a 19th-century monument and grave honouring warrior Wombeetch Puyuun and the Camperdown district's First People. Memorial to Wombeetch Puyuun and First Nations People of the Camperdown district, Victoria, Australia 'The monument is unlike any other [...]

Black Day, Sun Rises, Blood Runs Exhibition

2017-12-05T06:42:24+11:00November 16th, 2017|

A new multimedia presentation, about Aboriginal massacres in Victoria, has opened as part of the First Peoples permanent exhibition at the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural  Centre, Melbourne Museum, Victoria, Australia. A review of the new installation, Black Day, Sun Rises, Blood Runs, a film and multimedia project, is in Arts Review, 16 November [...]

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