Narrogin – Pre Contact

Ask a Noongar person how long they have been here and they will tell you ‘from the beginning of time’…

Noongar occupation of the Dryandra Woodland – Wilgadiny, 22 kilometres north-west of Narrogin, dates to pre-European contact. Several Noongar sites have been recorded in the area, including an ochre quarry, a scar tree, stone arrangements, rock art and artefact scatters. [i]

When the wind blows we hear more than just the rustle of leaves or the sound of falling bark. We hear and feel the presence of our ancestors“. Noel Nannup. Sounds of Dryandra Woodland radio drive trail, DEC.

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