Bonegilla

Oral history preservation tool Bonegilla Migrant Reception and Training Centre was a camp setup for receiving and training migrants to Australia during the post World War II immigration boom. Bonegilla holds powerful connections for many people in Australia. There are currently an estimated 1.5 million descendants of migrants who spent time at Bonegilla. In 2011 the Australian Government began the process of developing an Australian heritage strategy. Part of this process was proposed an idea of an application for the preservation of the oral history.

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