Historians and First Nations people shared stories of Busselton's brutal past in the hopes to heal and move forward

By Brianna Melville
Updated March 1 2022 - 2:01am, first published February 22 2022 - 4:08am
Always was: Wardandi elder Bill Webb and his grandson Tyler Webb, led the peaceful walk down Queen Street in recognition of the painful history. Picture: Brianna Melville

For the first time in 160 years, new information about the brutal and bloodthirsty history of the South West was spoken about openly in public on Tuesday.

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