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Today, the Paakantji, the Mutthi Mutthi, the Ngiyampaa and all Aboriginal people hold their Willandra ancestors and their story as precious gifts to be shared with all people.

The traditional tribal groups welcome you here to explore some of the archaeological stories of Lake Mungo and the Willandra Lakes.

Last month, indigenous leaders rejected symbolic recognition of Aboriginal people in the Australian constitution and instead called for a constitutionally enshrined indigenous voice in parliament.

The flags had previously flown over government house in Sydney for short periods but it is the first time in any state they have been installed permanently above a public building.

In another celebration of the 50th anniversary of Aborigines being counted as part of the population, and the 25th anniversary of a milestone court case that paved the way for recognition of indigenous land ownership, Australia raised indigenous flags alongside its national standard over its oldest public building.

Sydney Opera House is to be illuminated with a projection of indigenous art every evening for a year, as part of a range of cultural displays to mark a historic anniversary for Aborigines in Australia.

These finds are remarkable enough, but perhaps the most important thing about the Willandra Lakes is how such discoveries can be connected with the landscape and climate.

Places like Mungo are rare, where changes in an environment can be matched with how people have lived there in a continuous record across vast ages.

Patrick Dodson, one of Australia's most senior indigenous politicians, said the ceremony was "an indicator of progress at an institutional level".

"The redress of injustice travels slowly but inevitably," Mr Dodson told Reuters.