68 pages : ill. (some color), facsimiles, maps, portraits ; 20 x 21 cm.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 70-71)
"In the People of Budj Bim, the Gunditjmara people together with Gib Wettenhall bring to life the amazing, unknown history of their traditional eel aquaculture systems and associated stone house settlements, once scattered throughout the lakes, streams and ponds that potmark the Mt Eccles lava flow from peak to sea. ... In 2004, Budj Bim became the first indigenous landscape to gain National Heritage listing. Four years later, the Gunditjmara people won native title to much of Budj Bim's heartlant. ... This is their story."--Back cover.
Victorian Community History Awards overall winner 2011.