The Dhauwurd Wurrung, also known as the Gunditjmara, are an Indigenous Australian people of southwestern Victoria. They are the traditional owners of the areas now encompassing Warrnambool, Port Fairy, Woolsthorpe and Portland. Gunditjmara is formed from two words Gunditj an affix signifying ‘belonging’ and mara, their word for an aboriginal person of that area.
The Gunditjmara mob have built one of the world's oldest and most sophisticated aquaculture systems and have settled and looked after the Budj Bim land for more than 6,600 years. This is a replica of one of the 300 round stone huts on the land pic.twitter.com/QrrtBTR7cv
— Daniel James (@IndigenousX) August 6, 2019