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Having driven past this location a few times we made a special point of stopping on this trip. The layout of the memorial is sensibly put in stages with a small plaque with a brief explanation. (More information for each stage is available via an...More
We walked the walk and found the experience very moving. The relating of the event and its aftermath is put simply and bluntly as you move along the track. The peace and quiet of the whole space gives honour and respect to those whose lives...More
The memorial is a reminder of one unfortunate series of events from our past. from a time when we were not as understanding/sympathetic as we have grown, but no more barbaric than events when other countries of the world were invaded/ settled. Could do with...More
Sobering reminder of Australia's frontier wars, and of the many massacres which were carried out in this area. The memorial is a must-visit to help understand a terrible, but poorly understood, part of Australia's history.
I attended the Myall Creek Memorial event in June 2016 and it was an amazing and moving experience. Hundreds of people descended on the location from all around the country to commemorate the massacre of 28 Aboriginal people in 1838 by a group of squatters...More