Aboriginal Signs, Barlings Beach

Declared an Aboriginal Place in 2000, these Aboriginal signs aim to provide conservation messages for the protection of the physical and spiritual values of the area. They interpret the natural and cultural heritage of Barlings Beach and its Aboriginal and European uses over time. Developed in close consultation with the community they include information about the history of the area (3,000 BP– 2,000 AD) and Aboriginal uses of natural resources on the Barlings Beach and surrounding area.

The Barlings Beach area provides an important community resource for the Eurobodalla community, in particular the residents of Tomakin and the surrounding towns of Broulee, Mogo and Mossy Point. The two signs are 900mm wide x 600mm high.

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Aboriginal Signage, Flat Camp and Buzby Flats



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