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Willows' most famous landmark - the Severn River Gorge - has its own creation story told to younger people and visitors to help connect them to the land.
Here you can partake in catch-and-release fishing for Murray Cod and Golden Perch.
There are two overnight camping sites (no amenities):
Riverside Camp Grounds are accessible to two-wheel drive vehicles.
Arrawatta Camp Grounds are only accessible by four-wheel drive vehicles.
Limited sites are available and booking is essential at least 7 days in advance.
if you are interested in visiting The Willows or Boorabee, contact the Glen Innes Local Aboriginal Land Council on (02) 6732 1150.
The Severn River George has been in the care of the Local Aboriginal Lands Council (LALC) since 1987.
It is now classified as an Indigenous Protected Area where the LALC undertakes weed control, feral animal control and replanting of endangered plant species.
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