Reconciliation Week: Indigenous landmarks in Brimbank

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Reconciliation Week 2023 celebration continue, today we share with you two Indigenous landmarks in #Brimbank and surrounding!

We encourage you to visit these two locations when you feel like exploring Brimbank!

Location 1 ~ Brimbank Park

Brimbank Park is the perfect combination of nature and history. Immerse yourself in one of the oldest known human-inhabited sites in Australia, with Aboriginal occupation extending over 40,000 years.
Don’t miss:
• The Aboriginal cultural display at the information centre.
• The Scar Tree (turn right from Sandy Beach and follow the river).
The park is open from 8:30am – 5pm (8pm during daylight savings), with toilets and a café

Location 2 ~ Solomon’s Ford River Crossing

Visit this historical landmark, between Avondale Heights and Sunshine North, to see where Aboriginal tribes would have laid fish traps and crossed over the Maribyrnong river.
Don’t miss:
•The walk from Grimes Flat to Solomon’s Ford Crossing (approx. 16 mins one way).
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