Farmers and fishers clash over riverside camping in Victoria

Laura Carolina Corrigan
Annabelle Cleeland
By Laura Carolina Corrigan, and Annabelle Cleeland
Updated May 19 2022 - 3:24am, first published May 18 2022 - 8:00pm
OPPOSITION: Mitta North farmer Judy Cardwell and Kiewa Valley farmer Belinda Pearce organised a rally in Melbourne protesting the camping rules last year. Photo by Mark Jesser.

For traditional owners of Taungurang country, Victoria's Goulburn River was the lifeblood of communities and provided social order and community connection to the clans who depended on it for survival.

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Laura Carolina Corrigan

Laura Carolina Corrigan

Podcast Producer/Journalist

Laura produces ACM's multi-award winning podcast Voice of Real Australia, and the mini-series Forgotten River. For stories from beyond the big cities, find them on your podcast app. Follow Laura on Twitter: @LaOOraC

Annabelle Cleeland

Annabelle Cleeland

National Sheep & Wool Writer

Annabelle Cleeland is Fairfax Media’s national sheep and wool writer. Annabelle joined the Fairfax team in 2012 to nurture her love of Australian agriculture. She began as the Victorian western district reporter at Stock & Land before taking on a senior position as a journalist reporting on all industries statewide. Annabelle’s appetite to report on issues which affect the sheep and wool industry has seen her travel to many parts of Australia and abroad. She is excited to spin industry yarns during a period of substantial demand for the sheepmeat and wool industries. Annabelle enjoys horse riding and climbing mountains, and is a lazy supporter of the Geelong Football Club.

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