The NSW Governor David Hurley and Mrs Linda Hurley read one of the 16 interpretive signs on the Walgett walkways.

The Governor of NSW, David Hurley and Mrs Linda Hurley, were shown the new Walgett walking tracks by Bill Kennedy, Chairperson of the Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service today - 13 June 2015. Maps for the tracks and signs are available from this website.

The Governor was accompanied by Walgett Shire Councillor Jane Keir and General Manager Don Ramsland, on the second day of his two-day visit to Walgett. Bill Kennedy took the opportunity to officially welcome the Governor to Gamilaraay country on behalf of Walgett's Aboriginal community.

 Bill Kennedy welcomes Governor and Mrs Hurley to Gamilaraay country 13 June 2015, watched by Councillor Jane Keir, beside a sign presenting research undertaken about Walgett's Aboriginal servicemen and women.Bill Kennedy welcomes Governor and Mrs Hurley to Gamilaraay country 13 June 2015, watched by Councillor Jane Keir, 
beside a sign presenting research undertaken about Walgett's Aboriginal servicemen and women.

 

Governor David Hurley's car's number plate, Walgett 13 June 2015.Governor David Hurley's car's number plate, Walgett 13 June 2015.