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Dr Ray Kerkhove conducting a tour of Aboriginal Camp Sites of Kedron Brook, Nundah - followed by lunch

  • 6 Nov 2019
  • 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM
  • Kalinga Park, at the car-park by Diggers Drive, off Park Avenue Kalinga - near the main (Anzac) gates

Registration


This event is FREE but registration is required. Those attending the lunch will pay directly to the venue.
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Aim of Visit/Tour:

To understand how and where aboriginal habitation occurred in a part of the

Brisbane Region prior to European Settlement. Ray Kerkhove, a well known

researcher of Aboriginal Camp Sites and Pathways within the Brisbane Region prior to and after European settlement will undertake the Tour of Kedron Brook, Nundah.


Tour Requirements:

A bit of walking - along the pathways to Shaw Park - so good shoes, hat, water etc.


Extra Tour Element:

Ray can offer an additional Tour to German Station Park and the Nundah (German) Cemetery located there - to explain the attack that took place here and the camp on this site (the Cemetery is itself worth seeing being a remnant of the original German Station). This Offer is reliant upon numbers willing to register for it. It may extend the overall Tour by a little.


Lunch:

Italian bistro Royal Hotel, 1259 Sandgate Road Nundah


Information:

Ian Francis, email brisfran@gmail.com   mob. 0457 628 033


Google Map of Meeting point








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