Situate at the ‘Federation Drive’ Entrance to the historic ‘Gayndah Racecourse‘ in Gayndah, Queensland, is a memorial reminding us of the traditional inhabitants of the land, before European occupation, that reads:
“Paddy was the only recognised
King of the Wakka Wakka People.
He was buried in this vicinity
Aborigines have been resident in Australia for tens of thousands of years. Since the arrival of the Europeans in 1848 – sadly, relatively few remain in the region today . . .
– Some 2.2 km West of the Town Centre – obtain Directions here
– Car Parking available along Fisher Avenue
– Other Historical POI’s in Gayndah
– Things to Do about Town
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- Gravel Track
- Sealed Road