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Acknowledgements

To the many people and organisations who have inspired, assisted and developed the Save Mount Canobolas SCA site, a huge thankyou.

Photo credits to Helmut Berndt, Dr Colin Bower, Warren Chad, Dr Murray Fletcher, John French, Holger Löcker, Jenny Medd, Dr Richard Medd, Terry Reardon  (South Australian Museum), Rosemary Stapleton, Marg Turton

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