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Dave's ACT: ABORIGINAL GRINDING GROOVES - VIDEO

2010-11-9  There are over 3000 known Aboriginal sites in the ACT. "The grinding grooves are located on an area of exposed flat rock, up-slope from the two eucalypt

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Aboriginal Grinding Grooves at Kings Tableland -

2013-4-23  At the top of Kings Tableland Plateau, you venture across the rocky surface that has scattered groove markings created by Aboriginals sharpening spears, grinding them against the rocks, and sharpening axeheads. axe head and spear sharing

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Theodore Grinding Grooves - Canberra Tracks

2021-6-9  Theodore Grinding Grooves. The Theodore Aboriginal artefact grinding grooves demonstrate an important aspect of past Aboriginal lifestyles and technologies. Here local elder Wally Bell explains the significance of the site and unveils a sign to educate the public. The site has exposed sandstone rock with grooves and scattered stone artefacts.

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Fact sheet: Aboriginal grinding stones Aboriginal

Grinding stones are unmistakable Aboriginal artefacts, and many have been collected as souvenirs. Flat stones have even been used for dry stone walls, paths and house foundations. Once the stones are moved, important information about them is lost. Aboriginal Victoria records the location, dimensions and condition of Aboriginal grinding stones.

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Background Information Umbagong District Park

2017-2-17  Grinding grooves are where Aboriginal people shaped and sharpened stone axes by grinding them against an outcrop of stone. This grinding action left shallow, oval shaped grooves indented into the surface of the outcrop.

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Aboriginal Site (Little Rocky Creek Grinding Grooves ...

2018-5-26  Little Rocky Creek, next to Old Gympie Road near Landsborough, is a historical site used by the Gubbi Gubbi (Kabi Kabi) people for tool making. The sandstone bed made for a perfect place for grinding tools with the ready flow of water. The grooves were used to make tools such as axe heads, spearheads, and cutting stones.

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Dave's ACT: Latham Indigenous stone grinding

2018-10-19  It is possible the remaining grooves are overgrown as the creek edge foliage was lush and covering up to the waters edge. The locations indicated several groups of two grooves, two groups of 3 and one group of seven grooves. I took some video of the two grooves we found.. Two of the eighteen documented Aboriginal grinding grooves of Latham

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Guide to Aboriginal sites and places - Creative Spirits

2020-11-28  Aboriginal grinding grooves. Because Aboriginal people needed water to wet the surface of the softer rock when they sharpened their tools grinding grooves

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Identifying Aboriginal Sites - Aboriginal Heritage

Axe Grinding Grooves. These are grooves resulting from the production or sharpening and maintenance of an edge ground tool. These sites are generally located near creeks or rock pools. There are a number of grinding grooves located throughout the general

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Gostwick Grinding Grooves - University of New

2021-6-9  The Gostwyck Grinding Grooves. Presented by Colin Ahoy a local Aboriginal Cultural Heritage consultant with ancestral connections to the New England Tablelands, and current UNE Archaeology student, describes this culturally significant and recently re-discovered axe manufacturing site located East of Uralla, NSW.

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION Molonglo Valley Grinding

2015-6-10  Grinding grooves are where Aboriginal people shaped and sharpened stone axes by grinding them against an outcrop of stone. This grinding action left shallow, oval-shaped grooves indented into the surface of the outcrop. The grooves

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Aboriginal Site (Little Rocky Creek Grinding Grooves ...

2018-5-26  Little Rocky Creek, next to Old Gympie Road near Landsborough, is a historical site used by the Gubbi Gubbi (Kabi Kabi) people for tool making. The sandstone bed made for a perfect place for grinding tools with the ready flow of water. The grooves were used to make tools such as axe heads, spearheads, and cutting stones.

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Aboriginal and Historic Cultural Heritage

Aboriginal grinding grooves, Belanglo State Forest. PROJECT EXAMPLES North West Rail Link historic-period heritage services Client: Baulderstone Pty Ltd (now Lend Lease) EMM was engaged by Baulderstone (now Lend Lease) on behalf of Transport for NSW to provide

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Buried Aboriginal axe grooves uncovered and preserved

2017-5-25  We ended up finding 40 or more grinding grooves," Ms Wolfenden said. Photo: Volunteer Chris Keys uses a plastic shovel to scrape away dirt and vegetation to try to uncover Aboriginal axe head grooves.

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Identifying Aboriginal Sites - Aboriginal Heritage

Axe Grinding Grooves. These are grooves resulting from the production or sharpening and maintenance of an edge ground tool. These sites are generally located near creeks or rock pools. There are a number of grinding grooves located throughout the general Sydney area. Back to top. Bora or Ceremonial Ground. Bora grounds are Aboriginal

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Terramungamine Reserve - Dubbo - WeekendNotes

2013-12-21  Terramungamine Reserve Grinding Grooves. large image. What makes this area different is the fact you can actually camp alongside the Macquarie River and within 2 minutes you are at the Aboriginal gathering site. A steel grate look-down point, allows you to see the carvings. These rubbing grooves

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Aboriginal Culture

2017-2-25  Demonstrating the use of a A lower grindstone made from slate, with parallel grooves cut in order to keep nuts and other hard material in place, making their grinding easier. Malanda, north Queensland, circa 1912. Photograph from 17 Years Wandering Among the Aboriginals.

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Sydney: Aboriginal Sites

2019-4-17  Axe grinding grooves and waterhole Sylvania: An Aboriginal Rock Shelter exists on a property on the Georges River waterfront. Located halfway up a sandstone cliff face, the midden contained shells of rock oysters, Sydney cockles and pink frilled murex.

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Basin Track Axe Grooves - Hiking the World

2021-5-7  A set of axe grinding grooves (AGG) along the creek, near the Basin Track.

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Gostwick Grinding Grooves - University of New

2021-6-9  The Gostwyck Grinding Grooves. Presented by Colin Ahoy a local Aboriginal Cultural Heritage consultant with ancestral connections to the New England Tablelands, and current UNE Archaeology student, describes this culturally significant and recently re-discovered axe manufacturing site located East of Uralla, NSW.

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Aboriginal and Historic Cultural Heritage

Aboriginal grinding grooves, Belanglo State Forest. PROJECT EXAMPLES North West Rail Link historic-period heritage services Client: Baulderstone Pty Ltd (now Lend Lease) EMM was engaged by Baulderstone (now Lend Lease) on behalf of Transport for NSW to provide

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Identifying Aboriginal Sites - Aboriginal Heritage

Axe Grinding Grooves. These are grooves resulting from the production or sharpening and maintenance of an edge ground tool. These sites are generally located near creeks or rock pools. There are a number of grinding grooves located throughout the general Sydney area. Back to top. Bora or Ceremonial Ground. Bora grounds are Aboriginal

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4.15 ABORIGINAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND CULTURAL

Grinding Grooves Grinding groove sites are reasonably well-represented within the region, which is defined for the purposes of assessing Aboriginal archaeology as a

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Aboriginal Sites Awareness - Aboriginal Heritage

2014-3-24  grinding grooves. Rock Engraving (Below) Engravings were made by drilling a se-ries of holes, which were then connected to form a line. In the lo-cal area, designs include fish, ani-mals, humans, wooden artifacts and mythological beings. Axe Grinding Grooves (Above) The grinding grooves are made from Abo-

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Aboriginal and Historical Cultural Heritage

Aboriginal grinding grooves, Belanglo State Forest. PROJECT EXAMPLES Sydney Metro Northwest European heritage services Client: Baulderstone Pty Ltd (now Lend Lease) EMM was engaged by Baulderstone (now Lend Lease) on behalf of Transport for NSW to provide heritage services for the early works package for the North West Rail Link (NWRL).

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Sydney: Aboriginal Sites

2019-4-17  Axe grinding grooves and waterhole Sylvania: An Aboriginal Rock Shelter exists on a property on the Georges River waterfront. Located halfway up a sandstone cliff face, the midden contained shells of rock oysters, Sydney cockles and pink frilled murex.

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Grinding stones aboriginal name

Grinding stones aboriginal name Products. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including, Grinding stones aboriginal name, quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

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Cultural-Heritage - Dyungungoo

In an Aboriginal Cultural Heritage assessment of the eastern portion of the Maroochy Shire a total of 61 Aboriginal archaeological sites were located. The site types recorded included stone artefact scatters, scarred trees, a bora ground (durrn), shell middens and axe grinding grooves. The eastern portion of the Maroochy Shire was divided into ...

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Basin Track Axe Grooves - Hiking the World

2021-5-7  A set of axe grinding grooves (AGG) along the creek, near the Basin Track.

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Ironpot Mountain Grinding Grooves - Dingo Gap

2019-5-3  There are Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and Pots on rock surfaces on Ironpot Mountain. Ironpot Mountain takes its name from the Pots which are thought to be have been used by Aborigines to hold water used in their axe grinding work. How the pots were constructed is a mystery to me.

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Aboriginal grinding stone photos - photonshouse

ABORIGINAL AXE GRINDING GROOVES Daveu ACT source . Panoramio - Photo of Aboriginal axe-grinding grooves in stone source . Shutterbirds - Cultural landscapes source . Gallery Aptos Cruz Galleries source . Rainforest Aboriginal history - Wet Tropics World Heritage Area source .

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4.15 ABORIGINAL ARCHAEOLOGY AND CULTURAL

Grinding Grooves Grinding groove sites are reasonably well-represented within the region, which is defined for the purposes of assessing Aboriginal archaeology as a

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Aboriginal Sites Awareness - Aboriginal Heritage

2014-3-24  grinding grooves. Rock Engraving (Below) Engravings were made by drilling a se-ries of holes, which were then connected to form a line. In the lo-cal area, designs include fish, ani-mals, humans, wooden artifacts and mythological beings. Axe Grinding Grooves (Above) The grinding grooves are made from Abo-

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TUGGERANONG [2] A heritage tour of - National Trust

2016-5-4  The grinding grooves are located on an area of exposed fl at rock, up-slope from the two eucalypt trees. Aboriginal people used this area extensively for grinding stones into sharp edges for use as axes. There are some 50 shallow grooves worn into the surface of the exposed sandstone rock extending over several metres. Axe grinding

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Aboriginal and Historical Cultural Heritage

Aboriginal grinding grooves, Belanglo State Forest. PROJECT EXAMPLES Sydney Metro Northwest European heritage services Client: Baulderstone Pty Ltd (now Lend Lease) EMM was engaged by Baulderstone (now Lend Lease) on behalf of Transport for NSW to provide heritage services for the early works package for the North West Rail Link (NWRL).

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Sydney: Aboriginal Sites

2019-4-17  Axe grinding grooves and waterhole Sylvania: An Aboriginal Rock Shelter exists on a property on the Georges River waterfront. Located halfway up a sandstone cliff face, the midden contained shells of rock oysters, Sydney cockles and pink frilled murex.

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Grinding stones aboriginal name

Grinding stones aboriginal name Products. As a leading global manufacturer of crushing, grinding and mining equipments, we offer advanced, reasonable solutions for any size-reduction requirements including, Grinding stones aboriginal name, quarry, aggregate, and different kinds of minerals.

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Basin Track Axe Grooves - Hiking the World

2021-5-7  A set of axe grinding grooves (AGG) along the creek, near the Basin Track.

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Time to protect Aboriginal heritage in NSW? – The Echo

2020-6-18  Ancient, sacred grinding grooves within the proposed Shenhua Watermark coal mine site. Photo shot and published with permission by the Tree Faerie. Responding to the existing failure of the government at all levels to protect Indigenous culture, last night the Greens put a up motion ‘against destruction of Aboriginal heritage on the Shenhua ...

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