Amateur historian uncovers mystery location of Australia’s Stonehenge in NSW

An amateur historian has uncovered new information which has led to the mystery location of Australia’s answer to Stonehenge.

About six months ago New South Wales teacher Richard Patterson came across letters referencing the rock formation written by the late Australian journalist Frederic Slater while he working for the Brunswick Valley Historical Society.

Slater’s research had not been spoken about since the site was ordered to be knocked down in 1940 by a farmer who owned the land where the formation sat. 

But a father and son duo have used Slater’s letters to find the site about 40km away from Mullumbimby in northern NSW, and they say the discovery suggests language actually originated in Australia.

Source: Daily Mail Online