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The name Grabben Gullen comes from a Wiradjuri Aboriginal word meaning ‘small water’.
A cairn of stones and more than 200 trees from eleven species of eucalypt have been planted to commemorate the Wiradjuri Aborigines whose traditional land the village was built on.
|Address:||Britannia Street, Grabben Gullen, 2583|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -34.541161|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Saturday 15th August, 1970|
The 200 Trees Planted Here
Wiradjuri People, From
Whose Language The Name
Grabben Gullen (small waters) Originated.
Planted By The Citizens, School Children
And Teacher Patrick Burns
On 15th Aug. 1970