As you drive through the valley of the LeSueur National Park you will sense the presence of the Indigenous people, the Yuad clan of the Noongar people who lived here over 30,000 years ago. There is a grove on a creek bed where the atmosphere is redolent of their presence : a bartering place where aborignal peole came to trade kangaroo skins, tools, spears and nulla nullas; where women carried their babes in coolamons and nattered with their friends- shut your eyes, listen to the whir of dragonflies and you could be in a medieval european market place.
Follow the road to the lookout which looks back over the valley from whence you came. There is a poignant sign, a saying attributed to a wise old Yuad elder : "Look back, and feel good about where you have come from."
I shall never forget my experience in LeSueur and hope to return.
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