In 1908 Ernest Westlake packed a tent, a bicycle and forty tins of food and sailed from England to Tasmania. On mountains, beaches and in sheep paddocks he collected over 13,000 Aboriginal stone tools.

Westlake also encountered living Indigenous communities and unwittingly documented what he could not perceive: an Aboriginal people with a complex culture and a deep past.

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