Framlingham Aboriginal Station operated on Kirrae Wurrung country from 1865-1890, when the Board for Protection of Aborigines closed it. Aboriginal people continued to live on the site after closure, protesting efforts to remove them throughout the twentieth century. In 1970 Framlingham was handed to the Framlingham Trust under the Aboriginal Lands Act.

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