Be careful how you look at the photographs on this website. You might see family who have passed away.
Place Fitzroy Crossing
Fitzroy Crossing is a small town in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, 400 km east of Broome and 300km west of Halls Creek. The traditional owners of the land are the Bunuba People who are the River and Hill people; the Gooniyandi people; the Nyigina people; the Walmakarri people of the Great Sandy Desert; and the Nijikena, Konejani and Waladjari peoples. These people comprise approximately 80% of the Fitzroy Valley population and approximately 60% of the township population. The four main Aboriginal language groups are: Gooniyandi, Bunuba, Walmajarri and Wangkajungka.The main industries of the area are tourism, cattle stations and mining. The residents of Fitzroy Crossing have access to medical services, a hospital, a police station, a library, schools, a post office, hotels and accommodation, a recreation centre, and caravan parks.
National Centre for Indigenous Genomics
- Community Engagement- Fitzroy Crossing, May 2015, COMENG-FC; National Centre for Indigenous Genomics. Details
- Correspondence and Lists of Participants, 1977, 02D-42; National Centre for Indigenous Genomics. Details
- Historical Slides Kimberley, 01P-02; National Centre for Indigenous Genomics. Details
- Laboratory workbook, Lab-01-041; National Centre for Indigenous Genomics. Details
- Survey Results, 1977, 02D-44; National Centre for Indigenous Genomics. Details