Are there stone tools on your farm?

Aboriginal stone artefacts are regularly found on farming land in regional Australia, yet there is a lot of uncertainty about what to do with them.

At the Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre on Sunday, a team of researchers hopes to start a conversation between landholders, local Aboriginal groups, and local museums about the future care of these remarkable collections.

Archaeologists, geologists and Indigenous knowledge holders will be on hand to help you learn more about these objects.

They will be at the Cultural Hub, Wiradjuri Dreaming Centre on Sunday October 14 from 11am-3pm.

You are welcome to come early and hear from the researchers about the information they are sharing and gathering, or drop in at any time to talk with the team.

The Dreaming Centre’s Aileen Allen encourages people not to take the items from their land, but to bring in photographs.

Archeologists, geologists and Indigenous elders will be on hand on Sunday to talk about Aboriginal stone artefacts.

Archeologists, geologists and Indigenous elders will be on hand on Sunday to talk about Aboriginal stone artefacts.