Aboriginal experiences of the Great Flood - a gap in the record

By Justine Doherty
Updated July 4 2017 - 1:10am, first published June 28 2017 - 7:30am
Next to nothing is known of how Aboriginal people fared during the Great Flood as there is no record. Picture by Joseph Lycett, 1820 of Aboriginal people at Pitt Town. Courtesy John Miller

As part of the Great Flood of 1867 commemoration on Friday, June 23 at Windsor, Aboriginal Elder Uncle Wes told stories around a campfire in the courtyard of Hawkesbury Museum.