The first inhabitants of Australia’s South West were the Aboriginal people, believed to have a connection with this land for almost 50,000 years. The aboriginal tribes of Australia’s South West enjoyed the abundant food and water found along the coastal plain. Conservationists by nature, they were semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers, who moved with the supply of food as the seasons changed, taking only what they needed to survive, maintaining a high regard for life and the land.
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