Ara Irititja Project facilitates reunion for Batt family and the Pitjantjatjara peoples of Central Australia
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A wonderful relationship developed during the 1970s between a Melbourne man with the Pitjantjatjara community in central Australia has taken on new meaning with a decision by his family to donate amazing photos and artefacts of the Pitjantjatjara people to the Ara Irititja Project in Adelaide.
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