Chapter 1 of the Mungo Report outlines the significance of the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area to the Aboriginal people and also describes the report’s history, contributors, acknowledgements, references and some details that will help the reader move through the document.
Chapter 2 of the Mungo Report looks at how ancient stories and ceremonies that continue today demonstrate the sacred nature of the Willandra Lakes.
Chapter 3 of the Mungo Report looks at connections from the Darling, Lower Lachlan, Lower Murrumbidgee and Murray Rivers and the dry country to the north. It also looks at the interconnectedness of the various cultural groups that have associations with the Willandra Lakes World Heritage area. There are thousands of Aboriginal people who belong …
Chapter 4 of the Mungo Report looks at the impact of early settlement and the current fight to assert connections with the land and heritage.
Chapter 5 of The Mungo Report looks at the men, women and children who worked on stations and droved through The Willandra Lakes area from the 19th to the Mid 20th Century. Topics include; Workers and Their Families Remembered from the 19th Century Workers and Their Families Remembered from the Early to Mid 20th Century …
Chapter 6 of the Mungo Report discusses the various aboriginal perspectives on archaeology as it relates to culturally significant sites.
Chapter 7 of the Mungo Report takes a look at Aboriginal perspectives on management and care of the Willandra Lakes world heritage area.