Western Treatment Plant

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Subject: Western Treatment Plant
From: Debbie Lustig <>
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2012 22:27:56 +1000
Johnny Loy and I had an interesting encounter at the WTP on Monday. A group of 
university archaeologists and representatives from the Wathaurong people were 
touring the plant surveying Aboriginal sites.
An elder, Uncle Bart, showed us a place where stone tools had been made, on the 
track from Beach Road to Lake Borrie. It proved difficult to see due to the 
overgrowth of weeds. 
He said the WTP was full of indigenous sites. We had no idea these places 
existed and were mapped. Do other birders know this? We decided to post this 

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