Oral History – Moola Bulla: In the Shadow of the Mountain


(English, Kija, Jaru, Kriol) – KLRC, 1997


Aboriginal oral histories challenge the artifice known as ‘history’. The significance of Moola Bulla Station cannot be overstated; it is remembered as a centre infamous for its brutal punishments and strict controls but is also spoken about with a sense of affection and loss. Moola Bulla: in the shadow of the mountain is a testament to the strength and resilience of Kimberley Aboriginal people. It contains refreshing honesty, unexpected judgements and a unique humour that comes from a life of getting by.

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