A section of the sprawling Lake Innes ruins as they now stand, with a glimpse of the lake that bears the family’s name – formerly called Burrawan, after the local Aboriginal people – visible in the distance, 2010. Photo: Jason McCartney, National Museum of Australia.

A section of the sprawling Lake Innes ruins as they now stand, with a glimpse of the lake that bears the family’s name – formerly called Burrawan, after the local Aboriginal people – visible in the distance, 2010. Photo: Jason McCartney, National Museum of Australia.

A section of the sprawling Lake Innes ruins as they now stand, with a glimpse of the lake that bears the family’s name – formerly called Burrawan, after the local Aboriginal people – visible in the distance, 2010. Photo: Jason McCartney, National Museum of Australia.

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