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  • New site reveals 50,000 years of Aboriginal occupation in Kimberley

    Aug 21, 2019

    A team of archaeologists led by The University of Western Australia, in partnership with Traditional Owners, has discovered that the remote Drysdale River catchment in Western Australia’s northern Kimberley region has one of the earliest and securely dated sites for Aboriginal occupation in the North West at 50,000 years ago.


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