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ABORIGINAL GRINDING GROOVES

The Aboriginal axe grinding grooves at Tuggeranong Hill, Theodore Australian Capital Territory. The grinding grooves are located on an area of exposed flat r

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ASDST Grinding Grooves Pre1750 Model

The Aboriginal Sites Decision Support Tool ASDST extends the Aboriginal Heritage Information Management System (AHIMS) by illustrating the potential distribution of site features recorded in AHIMS. ASDST was first developed in 2012 by the Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) to support landscape planning of Aboriginal Heritage.

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Teaching With Aunty: Aboriginal Cultural Sites Map 3

Aboriginal Grinding Grooves in the ACT (Video) This video explores Aboriginal axe grinding grooves at Tuggeranong Hill, Theodore, in the Australian Capital Territory. This area was used by Aboriginal people for grinding stones into sharp edges for use as axes.

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Aboriginal Sites Awareness

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

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Aboriginal axe grinding groove

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Archaeological evidence of Aboriginal life in Sydney

Grinding grooves are depressions which formed in the sandstone when an implement was being made; for example, as a piece of stone, wood or bone was rubbed on a rock surface to shape or sharpen an edge or create a point. Lozenge- or cigar-shaped grooves are interpreted as being formed during the making or resharpening of ground-edged stone

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Top right: Axe grinding grooves at Eearie Park. Photo: J

Top right: Axe grinding grooves at Eearie Park. Photo: J Walliss Bottom left: Pulpit Rock, an important cultural site for local Indigenous people. Photo: Bundanon Trust website Bottom right: Working on country. Graham Smith, Nowra LALC Sites Officer surveying for

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A Woodsrunner's Diary: Theodore Aboriginal Axe Grinding

Oct 01, 2018I noticed particularly, one family of about 12 in number. The man carried an axe and a gun on his shoulders. The Wife, the rim of a spinning wheel in one hand, and a loaf of bread in the other. Several little boys and , each with a bundle,

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Gympie Pyramid

History. The earliest evidence of use of the site are several large grinding grooves in rocks at the top of the ridge. These suggest the site has been used from before the first English settlers reached the continent. Multiple scar trees can also be found on the site.. Descendants of the indigenous Kabi Kabi claim this specific area was an ancient sacred site important for their dreaming, and

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Aboriginal Cultural Guidelines for Fuel and Fire

9 Aboriginal Cultural Guidelines for Fuel and Fire Management Operations in the ACT 3.5 Grinding Grooves and Stones Grinding grooves are often found close to water courses in areas with rocky outcrops. They are formed during the production of axes or by crushing, grinding or pounding materials (such as seeds) on rocks.

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Bobbin Head Rainforest walk

Aboriginal 'Axe Grinding Grooves' site (on a short detour track, on your left). 0.6 | Aboriginal Axe Grindings This protected site clearly shows 23 oval-shaped grooves that were worn by Indigenous Australian people, making axe heads from hard rock. Using a blank axe head, the Aboriginal

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Westpac Barangaroo

Story of Grinding Grooves Design: Sites of Aboriginal axe-grinding grooves are rare, they provide valuable information about how stone tools were made and increase our knowledge of past Aboriginal land use and ways of life.Axe-grinding grooves are an important link for Aboriginal people today with their culture and their heritage. In the past Aboriginal people used axe-grinding grooves to

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Sydney: Aboriginal Sites

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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Digging into New England's Aboriginal past

May 28, 2019The grooves are a physical document of Aboriginal tool-work – the shaping and sharpening of stone axes and spear heads. Dr Beck said that earlier work by UNE archaeologists suggests it took 80-100 hours of patient grinding to turn a stone blank into a capable edged axe. Unlike seed-grinding grooves, which tend to be oval and 60 cm x 30 cm in

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Historical Context

Grinding grooves Grinding grooves (rock engravings) of and kangaroo tracks have been found at King Tablelands in the Blue Mountains. Excavation of this shelter revealed that Aboriginal people were living there 22,000 years ago. King Tablelands is the the oldest dated Aboriginal site in the Blue Mountains and is listed as a heritage site.

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Gympie Pyramid

History. The earliest evidence of use of the site are several large grinding grooves in rocks at the top of the ridge. These suggest the site has been used from before the first English settlers reached the continent. Multiple scar trees can also be found on the site.. Descendants of the indigenous Kabi Kabi claim this specific area was an ancient sacred site important for their dreaming, and

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grindinggrooves photos on Flickr

Easily visible on Google Earth, this site has a few rock pools and approximately 40 Aboriginal axe grinding grooves. Mt Hay and Mt Banks lie to the west. Grinding grooves, North Leura by Brian G Axe grinding grooves - Cluster 2 by Brian G An unusual array of 15 shallow axe grinding grooves, one of 4 main clusters at a significant site that also

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Aboriginal Grinding Grooves in the ACT (Video

Aboriginal Grinding Grooves in the ACT (Video) This video explores Aboriginal axe grinding grooves at Tuggeranong Hill, Theodore, in the Australian Capital Territory. This area was used by Aboriginal people for grinding stones into sharp edges for use as axes. To access this content, you must purchase Medium annual school subscription

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CAS Field Excursion Recording Grinding

Aug 07, 2015Have a Fun 3 Hours and Be Trained in Locating and Recording Aboriginal Grinding Grooves A large grinding groove site and a medium to dense level stone artefact scatter occurring within the Gungahlin Pond Park. These intriguing archaeological sites include several grinding grooves, a range of stone artefact types and materials and many other

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A primer on Cultural Heritage

Aboriginal cultural values and significant sites can be found almost anywhere in the NSW landscape. There are many different types of sites that contain cultural values such as middens, ochre quarries, stone quarries, hearths, scarred trees, carved trees, stone tools and grinding grooves.

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3 May 2019 There are Aboriginal Grinding Grooves and Pots on rock surfaces on been used by Aborigines to hold water used in their axe grinding work. Get Price. Aboriginal Grinding Grooves at Kings Tableland - Sydney.

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Gympie Pyramid

History. The earliest evidence of use of the site are several large grinding grooves in rocks at the top of the ridge. These suggest the site has been used from before the first English settlers reached the continent. Multiple scar trees can also be found on the site.. Descendants of the indigenous Kabi Kabi claim this specific area was an ancient sacred site important for their dreaming, and

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Historical Context

Grinding grooves Grinding grooves (rock engravings) of and kangaroo tracks have been found at King Tablelands in the Blue Mountains. Excavation of this shelter revealed that Aboriginal people were living there 22,000 years ago. King Tablelands is the the oldest dated Aboriginal site in the Blue Mountains and is listed as a heritage site.

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Little Rocky Creek: Axe Grinding Site

This Aboriginal Stone Grinding Site highlights the ingenuity of the Gubbi Gubbi people in creating the tools they needed to live and hunt. Before you view the historical site, take time to the read the information board and understand the significant cultural importance of the area. Here you will be able to view the grooves that are well

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Terramungamine Reserve

Dec 21, 2013Terramungamine 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 date back before 1901, in Cobb and Co days, when

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Aboriginal axe grinding groove

This website has been archived and is no longer updated. The content featured is no longer current and is being made available to the general public for research and historical information purposes only.

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Dave's ACT: Latham Indigenous stone grinding grooves

Oct 19, 2018Latham Indigenous stone grinding grooves - Canberra. A trip this morning to meet up with Vlad who is researching South Coast and Canberra region Indigenous remnant artifacts that luckily remain dotted around the suburban countryside. Today we met up on the banks of Ginninderra Creek in the Canberra suburb of Latham armed with, what turned out

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Gympie Pyramid

History. The earliest evidence of use of the site are several large grinding grooves in rocks at the top of the ridge. These suggest the site has been used from before the first English settlers reached the continent. Multiple scar trees can also be found on the site.. Descendants of the indigenous Kabi Kabi claim this specific area was an ancient sacred site important for their dreaming, and

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Aboriginal Landcare

Feb 28, 2019The round grooves were used for food processing and the oval-shaped for making and sharpening tools. Southern ACT Catchment Group worked with Ngunawal elder Wally Bell to install an educational sign at the site to allow for the canberra community to learn and appreciate ancient cultural heritage. Aboriginal grinding grooves at Theodore.

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New South Wales

The grooves were made by Aboriginal people who sat by pools of water grinding their stone axe-heads (usually made of basalt) into the rock to sharpen them. Courtesy of AIATSIS; creator, Josephine Flood (collection item no. 15262) New South Wales was the first

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Sydney: Aboriginal Sites

Axe grinding grooves can be found on rocks beside a nearby creek. Evidence of Aboriginal occupation can also be found at Looking Glass Bay, Looking Glass Point, and Bill Mitchell Park. Lane Cove National Park: Over 40 sites have been recorded within the park, however it is known that many of these were on the river bank and were flooded by the

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