Yaka! Wardandi descendants laid to rest
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The descendants of the Wardandi - the people of the water - at long last are relieved their ancestors, some nearly two thousand years old, have been finally laid to rest and their spirits are at ease in having come home.
The Wardandi are the people of the region now known as Bunbury, which is located on the south western shoreline of Western Australia.
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