First Nation The Gawler Ranges People are recognised as the traditional owners of this Country, attaining native title in 2011. The Gawler Ranges people are a distinct group of foundation families made up of some, but not all, of the Barngarla, Kokatha and Wirangu People. This Country was and continues to be important to the laws, customs and cultural identity of the Gawler Ranges People. The Traditional Owners ask that you respect their culture and request that you do not move any of the rocks around the lake or walk onto the surface of the lake. Many local farming families have strong connections to this park, as their descendants first arrived in this region in the 1850s and started to work the land. Even while this land was used for farming, the Gawler Ranges people always maintained their cultural responsibilities, often employed on Paney Station as shearers, trappers and stockmen. Eucalyptus landsdowneana Crimson Mallee, Conical Hill, Gawler Ranges National Park (Nadine Brown) wudinna.sa.gov.au 17