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Memorial to aboriginal woman, Kal-Ma-Kuta who was also known as Mrs Alma Turner.
Kal-Ma-Kuta was a member of the Undanbi clan who lived along both sides of the Pumicestone Passage. She was married to Fred Turner an oyster fishermen and had 7 children. She adopted the name Alma and was known as Mrs Alma Turner. She lived at Turners Camp in the area from 1874 until she passed away in 1897.
|Address:||Caboolture-Bribie Island Road, Median Strip, Sandstone Point , 4511|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -27.065917|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1962|
In Memory of
LAST OF THE JOONDOBURRI TRIBE
WHO PASSED AWAY A.D 1897
HONOURED AND RESPECTED
BY ALL WHO KNEW HER.
THIS MEMORIAL ERECTED BY
CABOOLTURE HISTORICAL SOCIETY