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Black Point is also very significant for generations of Indigenious Australians, who, well before European settlement, found this site to the hospitable, protected and a reliable source of food and water.

The traditional owners of the Adjahdura Land, as it is known, who lived on the Peninsula and made Black Point their home, are found today in several centres, predominantly at Point Pearce on the West Coast near Port Victoria, and at Moonta and Wallaroo in the Copper Triangle District.

A custodian of the knowledge of the people and their spiritual association with this land is Quentin Agius, a member of the Narungga Heritage Forum. Quentin and this family have figured prominently in the Adjahdura Land Community's vision and in maintaining the commitment to their historic links Yorke Peninsula and Black Point.


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