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The story behind “The Last of the Bonegilla Girls”

  So what on earth is Bonegilla? Bonegilla is the Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre, a spawling ex-Army camp on the River Murray in north-eastern Victoria, near Albury-Wodonga. ¬†Between 1947 and 1971, more than 320,000 people passed through there after arriving in Australia, looking for new lives and better opportunities. The small community is called Bonegilla… Read more

The Last of the Bonegilla Girls Audiobook

The Last of the Bonegilla Girls will soon be published as an Audiobook with Bolinda. Perfect for listening to on long road trips, while you’re out walking, or as you drift off to sleep! I was given the opportunity to choose the narrator and I know you’re going to love her take on the story.

Out April 2018 – The Last of the Bonegilla Girls

I can’t wait for this book to hit the shelves. It’s a story close to my heart: it’s about three young women who come to Australia in 1954 as migrants from post-war Europe and begin their adventures here in a new country at the Bonegilla Migrant Reception Centre. The book is inspired by the journey… Read more