Members of Butchulla tribe march for recognition
TRADITIONAL owners of the Maryborough land held a march on Sunday to celebrate and recognise their heritage.
Members of the Butchulla tribe walked to Ululah Lagoon to celebrate their elders.
Butchulla traditional owner Roderick Tobane said his ancestors returned to the Fraser Coast after being taken from their families.
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