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Acknowledgement of Traditional Owners at Western Sydney University

Western Sydney University acknowledges the peoples of the Darug, Tharawal, Eora and Wiradjuri nations. We also acknowledge that the teaching and learning currently delivered across our campuses is a continuance of the teaching and learning that has occurred on these lands for tens of thousands of years.

 Source: 'Tree of Knowledge' painted by Mrs Janice Bruny for Western Sydney University

 Source: 'Tree of Knowledge' painted by Mrs Janice Bruny for Western Sydney University

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