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In Goulburn NSW, the plains and Wollondilly River provided native game and fish for a number of the traditional aboriginal peoples including: Mulwaree, Tarlo, Burra Burra, Wollondilly, Wiradjuri, Gundungurra, Dharrook, Tharawal, Lachlan, Pajong, Parramarragoo, Cookmal and Gnunawal.
We also offer online and telephone counselling for people in remote areas (in some states) and for those with special needs, as well 'farm gate' services at clients' homes for remote rural clients.
Counselling can help a couple to: Counsellors don't make judgements on who is right or wrong; they don't tell clients what to do; and they don't try to persuade people to stay together or to separate.
Records dating back to the 1830s indicate the river flats at Bungonia Road, on the outskirts of Goulburn city, was once the corroboree site of the Gandangara, who were virtually wiped out by an influenza epidemic in 1846/7.
Evidence remains of sites where stone tools were made and great corroborees were held – the last being late in the 19th century. Additional resource: Aborigines of the Goulburn District (1992) by Jim Smith available for loan from the Southern Tablelands Regional Library.
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Most people are unaware how many Australian words are used in other languages, below is a list of words that have been in use in Australia for centuries and that are nowadays adopted by computer users all over the world; Log On - Make the barbecue hotter Log Off - The barbecue is too hot Monitor - Keeping an eye on the barbecue Download - Get the firewood off the ute Hard drive - Trip back home without any cold tinnies Floppy Disc - What you get lifting too much firewood at once Keyboard - Where you hang the ute and bike keys Window - What you shut when it's cold Screen - What you shut in the mosquito season Byte - What mosquitoes do Bit - What mosquitoes did Mega Byte - What Townsville mosquitoes do Chip - A bar snack Micro Chip - What's left in the bag after you have eaten the chips Modem - What you did to the lawns Dot Matrix - Old Dan Matrix's wife Laptop - Where the cat sleeps Software - Plastic knives and forks you get at Big Rooster Hardware - Real stainless steel knives and forks from K Mart Mouse - What eats the grain in the shed Mainframe - What holds the shed up Web - What spiders make Web Site - The shed or under the verandah Cursor - The old bloke who swears a lot Search Engine - What you do when the ute won't go Yahoo - What you say when the ute does go Upgrade - A steep hill Server - The person at the pub who brings out the counter lunch Mail Server - The bloke at the pub that brings out the counter lunch User - The neighbour who keeps borrowing things Network - When you have to repair your fishing net Internet - Complicated fish net repair method Netscape - When fish manoeuvres out of reach of net Online - When you get the laundry hung out Offline - When the pegs don't hold the washing up Put one of the cool animated banners below on your site that link directly to our online Aussie dictionary so your visitors can learn the lingo !
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Counselling may help you to: Counselling and working through the problems of separation with someone who has no personal involvement can help people through this difficult time. Relationships Australia provides a range of specialist counselling services.
In reality, many people live happy, fulfilled lives following a relationship breakdown. Please note that not all the services listed below are available in all states and territories.
Some known significant sites locally include: · Goulburn Railway Station (a meeting place, corroboree site) · Kenmore Hospital (ceremonial area) · Rocky Hill (a bora site where initiations were held, a “man’s place”) · Corroboree Hill near Taralga · All Saints Church (corroboree site) · Lansdowne Park Estate (burial site) · Wollondilly River & Mulwaree Flats Aboriginal meanings for some local place names include: Wollondilly – water trickling over rocks Mulwaree – long water Pejar – large area of water Wombeyan – big kangaroo Canberra – meeting place Bungendore – palace of gum blossoms Wingecarribee – flight of birds For more information contact the Pejar Local Aboriginal Land Council on (02) 4822 3552 from Monday to Friday 9.30am to 4.30pm. To explore much more of Goulburn & Surrounds’ rich heritage, be sure to contact the Goulburn Visitor Information Centre by phone on free call 1800 353 646 or visit: Heritage Tourism covers a broad range of topics relating to the culture and iconography that is uniquely Australian.
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