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The closure and rehabilitation of Australia’s most famous diamond mine is being seen as an opportunity for traditional owners to reconnect with country and grow an exciting new business venture in the remote East Kimberley.

The iconic Argyle mine, 3,000 kilometres north of Perth, was a production powerhouse for almost four decades, producing more than 90 per cent of the world’s supply of pink diamonds.

Early this month, the very last of the rare, precious gems were mined from the site.

Traditional owners have a connection with this ancient landscape that spans generations — all the way back to the ‘barramundi dreaming’.

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