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The beginning.

To begin Gippslandia #21, we present a selection of key creation stories from the Kurnai Nation. Read more

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Borun & Tuk.


The Track.

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Gippslandia - Issue No. 21

The First Nations edition. Read more


Slow burn.

Bruce Pascoe and Lyn Harwood present Black Duck: A Year at Yumburra to an Australia more open to embracing the new (but very, very old) approach to land management they're proposing. Read more

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Gippslandia - Issue No. 30

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Gippslandia is a community, non-profit publication. We curate an ever-optimistic take on regional, national and global issues, in a local context. Leaving you feeling like a Gippslandia local, no matter where you’re from. Read more

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