The Wurundjo Tribe

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Within the Whitehorse community senses of 2011, 314 (0.2% of the population) people stated that they identify as Indigenous. Though this is a significantly smaller amount than the Victorian average (0.7%) and the Australian average (2.5%) Whitehorse still has a rich Indigenous history. The Wurundjeri- Balluk tribe are recognised as the traditional owners of the land in and around Whitehorse for the past 40,000 years and they are one go the 5 tribes that make up the Kulin Nation (A league of Victorian Indigenous tribes including the Wurundjeri people, The Bunurang people, The Wathaurong people, The Taungurong people and the Dja Dja Warring people.) and they speak the Woi Wurrung dialect. They are a very spiritual people and honour the creator
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