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Budj Bim

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Lake Surprise in the Budj Bim

Budj Bim, also known as Mount Eccles is a national park and a world heritage site in the South West Coast of Victoria.

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Budj Bim is an extinct volcano, and was home to the Indigenous Australian Gunditjmara people before the arrival of the Europeans.

The earliest evidence of aquaculture in the world is found here. As early as 6000 BC, the Gunditjmara people created a system of channels, dams and weirs trapping eels and fish. The eels were smoked and preserved and were eaten all year around.

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