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kurrajong

brachychitonpopulneum.
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around+PST The kurrajong root pulp she went round and round.
The Queensland Museum also holds a large kangaroo hunting net (QE3617) made of Kurrajong (Brachychiton populneus) bark, found in a cave in the Staircase Range just to the east of Springsure.
Project Description : This project involves the investigation into both short-term and long-term options to address congestion on Richmond Bridge and its approach roads and three intersection improvements on the approaches to Richmond Bridge:Bells Line of Road/Grose Vale Road/Terrace Road; Kurrajong Road/Old Kurrajong Road/Yarramundi Lane; Kurrajong Road/ March Street/ Bosworth Street.
The three rural railways about which he writes are the Camden to Campbelltown, the Richmond to Kurrajong and the Westmead to Rogans Hill lines.
The investigation would identify a suitable corridor connecting the Bells Line of Road east of Kurrajong Heights with the Sydney Motorway Network.
The Awabakal manufactured canoes from river gum or Kurrajong bark, which they removed with hatchets and secured at each end with vines.
Painted quandong, kurrajongs and acacia seeds and 'porcupine' (5) quills were used to make necklaces, earrings and trinkets.
there are three kurrajongs, some imported stones, a depression in the