Early Indigenous ‘Super Highways’ Identified

Immigration today often means a lot of air travel, but for the first Indigenous people arriving in Australia, there was a lot of walking involved. The most popular routes have been dubbed ‘super highways’ and were sprawled across the Australian landscape.

2SER Breakfast’s Marlene Even chatted with Dr Alan Williams from the Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage at UNSW to hear more.

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