Over the last two hundred years, we’ve changed Victoria’s ecology beyond recognition. Each generation since White arrival has continued this rapid transformation, irreversibly altering the world once known intimately by Indigenous Australians. But this relationship has not been one-way. Each time we’ve driven change into the ecology, it has responded with unpredictable effects. It has shaped the new Australians themselves – and in unexpected ways.
Joining Tom and David to explore this topic are academic Fred Cahir and local Wadawurrung man Barry Gilson.
Click through the slideshow to witness the changing face of Black Hill: