For traditional Aboriginal Australians the concept of ‘Wilderness’ was not a cause for fond nostalgia, but was perceived as a land without custodians. Whether we want to call them farmers or hunter-gathers these are ‘whitefella’ words and they fail to capture the extent to which all country is central to everything Aboriginal.
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