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A selection of photographs dating back to 1990s of the Namoi River and Murray Cod, courtesy of Jacqui Jamaeson and Jason Simpson. Images of vegetation and riparian areas were taken by the Talking Fish project team.
The interviewee speaks of how she came to live on the Far South Coast. She and her husband felt it was the best place to raise kids. Active lifestyle, healthier, 'clean', and there is a strong sense of community. Mums meet at the beach and share…