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'Proper deadly' camp produces oar-some results as teenagers build canoes

James Parker
Updated February 9 2024 - 4:42pm, first published February 8 2024 - 4:10pm

Seven Indigenous teenagers from Bega travelled to Bithry Inlet, the mouth of Wapengo Lagoon, to stooge around in handcrafted and painted canoes they had built, while equally building themselves in the process.

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James Parker

James Parker


I am a regional daily news journalist on the Far South Coast of NSW aiming to immortalise the stories of everyday people through narratives. Have you got a story? Contact me on 0437 166 441 or at james.parker@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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