Long before Europeans came to Australia, Aboriginal communities were applying advanced knowledge of engineering, physics, water ecology and animal migration to catch large numbers of fish in traps.
The Ngunnhu was, and continues to be, a significant meeting place to Aboriginal people with connections to the area. The Brewarrina fish traps continue to be visible in the Darling River today and were included in the National Heritage List on 3 June 2005.
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