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Time Past

A very important reminder of our past and I say our as a European Australian [white fella] the... read more

Reviewed 10 May 2018
GLW1941
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Melbourne, Australia
Great to See This Rich Cultural Heritage

It was fabulous to see the Canoe Tree being testament to the rich Aboriginal Cultural Heritage... read more

Reviewed 12 November 2017
Anita T
,
Forster, Australia
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9 May 2018
“Time Past”
11 Nov 2017
“Great to See This Rich Cultural Heritage”
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Wentworth, New South Wales, Australia
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Reviewed 10 May 2018

A very important reminder of our past and I say our as a European Australian [white fella] the manner in which canoes were crafted from the tree and moulded into shape was very revealing of the ingenuity of our indigenous peoples.

Thank GLW1941
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Reviewed 12 November 2017

It was fabulous to see the Canoe Tree being testament to the rich Aboriginal Cultural Heritage along the river. Not only was there this scarred tree which was obviously used to make a canoe but as you walk out to the point where the Darling...More

Thank Anita T
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Reviewed 29 September 2016

Interesting to see this tree and read the story of how it came to be but much more to see in the nearby park.

1  Thank Warwick D
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Reviewed 22 August 2016

The canoe tree, located on the walk from the point where the Murray and Darling meet, towards the loch is a testomony to how vital the rivers were and continue to be to the local Aboriginal people. It is the embodiment of the history of...More

2  Thank fional943
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Reviewed 27 June 2016

The area around Wentworth is very interesting and include a lot of history including the Canoe Tree. The signage gives the visitor a history of the tree. Worth a visit to the area

1  Thank John B
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Reviewed 14 June 2016

Wentworth and surrounds offers a rich history of the local Barkindji people's culture. At the Canoe tree, signage will tell you about the history and if you're lucky you can hear more of the stories from the local people. The surrounding area offers a grassy...More

1  Thank Famof5Travellers
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Reviewed 18 February 2016

I've seen quite a few canoe trees in my travels around Oz. But this is probably one of the best I've seen. Absolutely magnificent. Also the location is a great picturesque spot

1  Thank JohnG3121
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