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Bratwoloong people in South Gippsland, from Cape Liptrap and Tarwin Meadows, east to the mouth of Merrimans Creek, inland to about Mirboo to Port Albert and Wilsons Promontory (Yiruk Wamoon).
Brayakooloong people around the current site of Sale, Providence Ponds, Avon and Latrobe Rivers, west of Lake Wellington to Mounts Baw Baw and Howitt.
Brabawooloong people in East Gippsland encompassing the Mitchell, Nicholson and Tambo rivers and north to Bairnsdale and Bruthen.
Tatungooloong people around Lakes Entrance on the coast, along the Ninety Mile beach and around Lakes Victoria and Wellington, from Lakes Entrance southwest to mouth of Merrimans Creek, also Raymond Island on Lake King.
Krowathunkooloong people around the Snowy River, Cape Everard (Point Hicks) to Lakes Entrance and Lake Tyers and encompassing the Bemm, Buchan and Snowy Rivers, inland to about Black Mountain and Mount
Please treat all sites along the trail with respect and care to ensure they are preserved for future generations.
Development of the Bataluk Cultural trail is a joint initiative of the Far East Gippsland Aboriginal Corporation, Gippsland and East Gippsland Aboriginal Co-operative, Lake Tyers Aboriginal Trust, Moogji Aboriginal Council, Ramahyuck Aboriginal Corporation, East Gippsland Shire Council and Wellington Shire Council.