The Wiradjuri are the largest Aboriginal group in New South Wales, Australia. They occupy a large area in central New South Wales, from the Blue Mountains in the east, to Hay in the west, north to Nyngan and south to Albury: the South Western slopes region.
The Wiradjuri tribal area has been described as "the land of the three rivers, the Wambool later known as the Macquarie, the Kalare later known as the Lachlan and the Murrumbidgee (Murrumbidjeri). The Murray River forms the Wiradjuri’s southern boundary, the change from woodland to open grassland form their eastern boundary. Source Link
Wiradjuri Country Sunset Mounted Print
At the top of this hill on the outskirts of Wagga Wagga, Riverina Region, NSW, a reserve area has been set aside in commemoration,respect and acknowledgement of Wiradjuri peoples, history, and country. Here, the rocks have sacred value, and looking over the Murrumbidgee valley and river (off to the left), this place has special significance. Two shots, first of the rocks at sunset lit by flash, then one of the sunset, combined. Nikon D300, 70-300.
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