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There is nothing like the real, immersive experience of walking Soundtrails on-location. However exploring Soundtrails online will give you an idea of how Soundtrails works and the many ways stories can be told.
When Nimbin agreed to host the 1973 Aquarius Festival, the influx of university students and hippies changed the small dairy community forever.
Explore the Nimbin Soundtrail
Ghosts in the jailhouse, what it means to be a local, talking cats, and Peter Allen’s manna eedoom heaven. This is a rare glimpse into the border town of Tenterfield. Produced with the kids of St Joseph’s school.
Explore the Tenterfield Soundtrail
Aboriginal people were banned from swimming in the Moree Baths until the Freedom Riders lined up at the swimming pool demanding entry. There were missiles, punches and abuse. But they won a famous victory.
Explore the Freedom Rides – Moree Baths Soundtrail
Standing on sacred Kamilaroi ground, the Aboriginal section of the Moree cemetery hosts the remains of 220 Aboriginal people, most buried at the height of segregation. Hear stories of young Aboriginal men who signed up to fight for king and country and the life to which they returned.
Explore the Aboriginal Diggers – Moree Cemetery Soundtrail
Walgett was where the Freedom Ride exploded onto the national stage when a busload of Freedom Ride students found the discrimination they were looking for and an Aboriginal population who were prepared to stand up and fight.
Explore the Freedom Rides – Walgett Soundtrail
From the Greek café owners to the kids on the river or the extraordinary veteran stories down Finch Street, the Bingara Soundtrail is a sonic tour-de-force with stories for everyone.
Explore the Bingara Soundtrail
This collection of moving life stories of resilience and passion from Southern Cross University students and staff serves as an orientation to the Lismore campus. Produced by Bachelor of Digital Media and Communications students.
Explore the SCU CubeWalk Soundtrail
This is a district rich in stories of survival and courage, and of community and friendship. This Soundtrail is a living, breathing doorway into the voices, sounds and music of the people of Warialda.
Explore the Warialda Soundtrail
‘The path to the future passes through the past.’ In 1838 at Myall Creek, shed blood went into the ground and cried out for justice. Powerful stories of the aboriginal massacre and the efforts of descendants to heal.
Explore the Myall Creek Soundtrail
A heady mix of sounds and stories from Uralla’s collective memory, spanning many generations, many people, and many lives.
Explore the Uralla Soundtrail
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