Lake Macquarie History

Interview with Amos Simon regarding growing up around Stoney Creek at Toronto, Fennel Bay and Blackalls Park in the 1980s

photo: amos simon

Amos is proud Aboriginal man with Waradjuri and Biripi heritage. He has lived in Lake Macquarie since he was 3 years old.

In this recording Amos talks about growing up around Stoney Creek and the part the creek played in his younger years.

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