Sunday, August 15, 2010


An interesting visit today to the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve with my son on what was a wet, windy day. The following paragraph of information is from the display at the Visitors Centre with photos of the three displayed stone artifacts:

"Some years ago rangers at Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve were instructed to gather Aboriginal stone tools. This collection of stone tools dates from that time. Nowadays Aboriginal tools are left where they are found, so we can learn about traditional Indigenous society". - ACT Park's & Conservation Service (info).


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