"This is where our people lived for a long time. Even though there's farmers on it now and there's building, and there's cities and towns. The story still runs through the land. It doesn't matter what you put on it. The story will always be there." ~ Major Sumner, Ngarrindjeri Elder (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders: Please be advised that this board may contain imagery of persons who are now deceased.)
Port Willunga-The continent primarily sits on the Indo-Australian Plate. The lands were joined with Antarctica as part of the southern supercontinent Gondwana until the plate began to drift north about 96 million years ago.