|Yugambeh Museum, Language & Heritage Research Centre|
|'Did You Know' - intriguing facts about the Museum & its collection|
|Yugambeh Museum has in its collection 12 000+ artefacts such as stone and wooden tools and weapons, from pre-European and historical times, gathered from archaeological sites and open landscape areas across traditional Yugambeh land and neighbouring regions. A large number of the artefacts were collected by the Scout Movement in the 1960s, apparently for scientific research.|
Left: Pearl-shell carved by Yugambeh
fisherman, 2005. Represents ‘Gwonda’ the white-finned dolphin - hunter of fish.
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