Water NSW and Indigenous volunteers jointly saving sacred burial and artifacts sites on flooded Menindee Lake

Elizabeth Frias
Updated January 12 2023 - 9:34am, first published January 11 2023 - 12:30pm
An aerial view of the floodwater on Darling River at Menindee township. Picture by Water NSW
An aerial view of the floodwater on Darling River at Menindee township. Picture by Water NSW

Dozens of Aboriginal burial sites and artifacts pre-dating early settlement days on flooded Menindee Lakes are being saved from overflow with Water NSW issuing an assurance "there will be no risks".

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Elizabeth Frias

Elizabeth Frias

Journalist

I began my news reporting days in western and inner west Sydney before joining the Daily Liberal's Dubbo NSW newsroom. Telling all sorts of stories about people, places and events is my daily preoccupation so email me at elizabeth.frias@austcommunitymedia.com.au and I'll be in touch!

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