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Commemorative plaque acknowledges the clans of the Kulin Nation who previously occupied the land.  The indigenous Kulin Nation comprised a number of clans more specifically, the Wurrundjeri.  They hunted and lived in the area now known as the City of Monash.

The plaque is located on the tiled wall to the left of the main entry to the Civic Centre.  It is accessible at all times of the day and is located on public land.


Address:293 Springvale Road, City of Monash Civic Centre entrance, Glen Waverley, 3150
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -37.882403
Long: 145.164516
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Plaque
Monument Theme:Culture
Monument Designer:City of Monash


Actual Monument Dedication Date:Monday 8th July, 2002
Front Inscription

City of Monash 

The City of Monash is proud to acknowledge
the Clans of the Kulin Nation
who previously occupied the land.

This commemorative plaque was unveiled during
NAIDOC (National Aborigines and Islander Day
Observance Committee) Week
On 8 July 2002
by the Mayor
Cr Geoff Lake

Peter Holdsworth  Paul Klisaris  Matthew Evans  Kathy Magee  Tom Morrissey  Felicity Smith  Peter Vlahos.

Source: MA
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