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8 May 2009


The hills of Upper Lachlan Shire and the twists and turns in the roads made this region the perfect spot for gangs of bushrangers. They could stage an ambush before slipping away into the bush and evading capture. Australia’s relationship with these often romanticised criminals is complex. Infamous outlaws such as Ben Hall terrorised the region in the 1800s, but nonetheless always enjoyed some support from the communities in which they operated. Today they are often seen as romantic anti-heroes.

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