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The Daki Budtcha people (of the Gubbi Gubbi nation) historically lived around the Mount Bauple / Mary River areas of Queensland. Following the British invasion of these areas in the 1800s, most of the traditional people were killed. The few remaining survivors were forcibly removed from their homelands and dumped unceremoniously onto reserves, particularly the Cherbourg Aboriginal Reserve (about 350km north-west of Brisbane) near Kingaroy at the turn of the century. Ms. Connie Isaacs, a descendant of the Daki Budtcha people, is over eighty (80) years of age. She is known to be the oldest surviving member of the clan, and has a detailed knowledge and account of the history of the Daki Budtchas