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Barrunbatayi

Kempsey Shire Council, in partnership with the Aboriginal community and H & H Accredited Training Australia Inc, completed the second phase of its work in June 2009 to give recognition to unmarked graves at East Kempsey Cemetery.

The memorial now includes artworks undertaken by local Aboriginal artists including a beautiful winding inlaid pathway and large painted memorial cross by artist Richard Campbell.

Photo: Kempsey Council

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