‘Singing up Country’: reawakening the Black Duck Songline, across 300km in Australia’s southeast
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Songlines criss-cross across Australia. They are one of the foundational spiritual features of the world’s oldest continuing culture. Australian Aboriginal peoples had oral cultures: Ancestral creators who formed the land and the features were shared through song. By walking and singing the songlines, those creators are celebrated by the passing generations. This article describes something of a songline stretching up the NSW coast for 300kms.