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Police desperate to find an elusive outlaw or a missing child often enlisted the skill of the local Indigenous people who could 'read' the land.
Herrnhut was Australia’s longest running commune due to its charismatic leader and remote location.
Victoria’s first European settlers built a small empire in Portland.
Anne Drysdale and Caroline Newcomb were remarkable women for their time as they were both landholders and pastoralists.
When the European settlers arrived in Victoria few believed they were taking land that was not rightfully theirs.
Victoria’s early explorers left a permanent mark on the landscape.