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ANUJSS and the Nulla Nullas
The Nulla Nullas was a children's Club run at Wallaga Lake Aboriginal Reserve, south coast of NSW, during 1964-1966
There is a "sense of shared experiences between the Jewish community and Aborigines,
epitomised by the pioneering legal work of the late Ron Castan QC and Jewish
involvement in the key High Court land-rights cases of Mabo and Wik."
Another view from Black Mountain the five Wallaga Lake kids saw of a snowy Canberra.
Nulla Nulla Club meeting in the meeting hall, Wallaga Lake Reserve. Note the 16mm movie projector used to show educational films from the National Library
Nulla Nulla Club -- sometimes younger kids involved.
Ready to go on the joyride.
Setting out for a picnic at the beach in the back of a ute. (Seat belts were unknown in 1965.) Kids plus two ANUJSS members.
The view from Mt Ainslie the kids from Wallaga Lake saw of a snowy Canberra.
On their Canberra trip, the Nulla Nulla kids spent Monday as students at the Telopea Park High School.
At Camel Rocks Beach, Wallaga Lake kids collect items from the rock pool while ANUJSS members helped.
Nulla Nulla Club members waiting the arrival of the ANUJSS leaders, driving down from Canberra 150 miles (246 km) away.
Lorraine Kelly with the snowman she made outside the house where she was billetted. Her first snow -- and the first time she had used an electric toaster.