Calls to Save Lost “Ancient” World of the Maribyrnong River

Today, heritage site Solomon’s Ford on the Maribyrnong River feels like a place out of time. But the scene of colonial romanticism is just one tiny frame of the 31,000 years of human history to have swept along the banks of the Maribyrnong. Continue reading Calls to Save Lost “Ancient” World of the Maribyrnong River

Councillor Fights to Save River Relics

Maribyrnong Deputy Mayor Megan Bridger-Darling has called for an archaeological survey of the Maribyrnong River saying a 7 kilometre stretch of the river contained unique indigenous and colonial historical sites in danger of being lost to development and a lack of public awareness. Continue reading Councillor Fights to Save River Relics