Historical information

Nanya Station is a magnificent 40,000 hectare property in far western New South Wales. Its unique system of natural salt lakes, old growth Mallee, and variety of intact ecosystems, makes Nanya a significant refuge for biological diversity. Federation University Australia has been the proud custodian of Nanya since 2004, and values Nanya as an important resource in our research, conservation and education programs. Staff and students are committed to creating a research community to preserve and enrich the biodiversity of this important legacy of the University and the nation.

This item is part of the Federation University Art Collection. The Art Collection features over 1000 works and was listed as a 'Ballarat Treasure' in 2007.

Physical description

A photographic documentation of sheep, feral goat and kangaroo bones found and photographed at 'Nanya Station'.

Mounting & framing