WNSWAPWestern New South Wales Archaeology Program (Australia)
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The research has been conducted by the Western New South Wales Archaeological Program (WNSWAP) with field sites located on the southeast margin of the Australian arid zone in far western NSW, extending from Broken Hill north to Tibooburra near the NSW/Qld border and east as far as Peery Lake near the opal mining town of White Cliffs (Figure 1).
In recent years, WNSWAP has conducted archaeological investigations, including radiocarbon determinations on hearth charcoal, at two other locations within the region, near Peery Lake in the Paroo Darling National Park east of White Cliffs (Holdaway, Fanning and Shiner 2002, Holdaway and Fanning 2003a) and on the 'Pine Point' and 'Langwell' pastoral properties south of Broken Hill (Shiner 2004) (Figure 1).
The main objective was to use the techniques developed by WNSWAP to investigate the formation of deflated stone artefact distributions in landscapes away from the uplands that had been the focus of our work at Stud Creek and 'Fowlers Gap'.