It was a busy few days for NSW Governor Margaret Beazley as she toured Dubbo and the region for NAIDOC Week.
From being overwhelmed by the Dubbo sunset with the Volunteer Rescue Association to hearing from Bill Ferguson's family, Ms Beazley said she wanted to experience as much of the community as she could.
Ms Beazly said she had had an extraordinary time in Dubbo and the surrounding areas, including seeing Merv Bishop's exhibition at Charles Sturt University.
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Mr Bishop, and Ms Beazley's husband Dennis Wilson went to Dubbo High School together. When Ms Beazley knew she was going to Dubbo, she got in contact with the photographer to see if he could catch up.
Mr Bishop's exhibition Access All Areas featured photos from as far back as 1963, including the iconic image of Gough Whitlam pouring dirt into the hand of Gurindji leader Vincent Lingiari.