Weipa people

Australia, 1975

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A film about the largest bauxite mining operation in the world. Also looks at the social conditions of the people who have moved to this remote North Queensland town and the impact of the new town on local First Nations peoples. Commentary by Richard Oxenburgh.

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Credits

director

Edwin Scragg

producer

Jane Scragg

production company

Comalco

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Duration

00:27:47:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1975

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