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Kiah Aboriginal Place

Davidson Whaling Station is the historic location of the last surviving shore-based whaling station in eastern Australia. Now managed by NPWS as a Historic Place, it attracts many visitors for the insights it brings to a time that is now long past. Its location is very beautiful. But also, along with the nearby lands of the Kiah Inlet, it has an extraordinary Aboriginal history. The only whalers to be successful in Twofold Bay worked with its Aboriginal people, as did George Davidson. The long and spiritual association between the Kooris and the Orcas goes back many thousands of years. It has now been nominated as an Aboriginal Place.
Davidson Whaling Station.

The House.

The Kitchen building

 

The back door.

And for all its European history, the locality has a richer Aboriginal heritage. All round the Kiah Inlet, which is largely undeveloped, lie all manner of places where the Koori occupation and use is evident...

 

 

 

 

   Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council  2012

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Last modified: December 14, 2012