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1 Global Arts Link is the award winning regional art gallery and museum in Ipswich that combines art, social history and new technologies to explore the region.

2 The Queensland Studies Centre promotes research about the state through projects, seminars, conferences and publications, notably the Queensland Review.

3 The Queensland Heritage Trails Network is a joint initiative of the Queensland Government and the Commonwealth Government, established in 2000 through the Federation Fund and working partnerships with local government authorities and local councils. The $110M funding allocation has been used to create and link 43 heritage experiences celebrating the state's unique history, culture and natural features.

4 Trinca, M., ‘Representing environmental pasts’, in Gaynor, A., Trinca, M. Haebich, A. (eds.) Country: Visions of Land and People in Western Australia, (Perth: WA Museum and UWA Centre for History, in publication).

5 See for example, Seddon, G., Landprints: Reflections on Place and Landscape, (Melbourne: Cambridge University Press, 1997).

6 Curated for the 2000 Telstra Adelaide Arts Festival, karra/karrawirraparri featured artists Agnes Love, Jo Crawford and Chris De Rosa and writers Eric Rolls, Martin O'Leary, Stephanie Radok, Murray Bail, Dr Rob Amery and Les Murray.

7 Gubba is used by Murri people to refer to non-Indigenous people. ‘Murri’ encompasses the Indigenous peoples of South-East Queensland.

8 Sullivan, H., ‘Aboriginal gatherings in southeast Queensland, with special reference to the exploitation of Bunya nuts’, unpublished BA Hons Thesis, Australian National University, 1977: 17.

9 Sullivan op.cit., 1977.

10 Flood, J., Archaeology of the Dreamtime, (Sydney: Collins, 1983).

11 Aagesen, D. L., ‘On the Northern Fringe of the South American Temperate Forest’, Environmental History, 3 (1) (1998): 6485; Indigenous resource rights and conservation of the Monkey-Puzzle Tree (Araucaria Araucana, Araucariaceae): a case study from Southern Chile’, Economic Botany, 52 (2) 1998: 146–160; personal communication T Herrmann, School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford University.

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