Revived cultural fishing practices a lifeline for Aboriginal men

Before work each morning, Wally Stewart will grab a coffee and sit overlooking the ocean.

“If I don’t do that, I’m stressed for the rest of the day,” he said.

  • Ellie Archibald – Binge and Rhett Wyman
  • The Age

This yearning to be close to the sea is common among the Aboriginal people of the Yuin nation, who have lived and fished along the NSW South Coast for more than 20,000 years.

“It’s part of who we are, you’ve got to …

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