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Suburb Overview

Ban Ban Springs is the formally approved and current name given by the Minister for Natural Resources on the 24 September 1999 to a small community in Queensland, Australia, located at the junction of the Burnett and Isis highways.

On the southern side of the road junction are the springs from which the community gets its name, being rare springs from which waters flow into the nearby Barambah Creek.

The name, "Ban Ban Springs", finds its source in the name originally used by H. Herbert when, in 1846, he first leased the pastoral run encompassing the springs It is reported H. Herbert borrowed the words "Ban Ban" from the local Wakka Wakka and/or Kabi Kabi languages.

The springs are the first place in Queensland to have been formally registered as an Aboriginal cultural heritage place - being a Dreaming place of great significance to the Wakka Wakka people.

After the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines had sponsored a formal study to which the Wakka Wakka Jinda were a party, the high significance of the place to the Wakka Wakka people was confirmed, and by 2005 the springs were entered on to the State's Aboriginal Cultural Heritage register for the following reasons

Ban Ban is a sacred site and has a Dreamtime association with the Rainbow Serpent which is believed to have surfaced there. It spoke to the elders of the tribe telling them the secrets of the sacred waters and how to use it. The Rainbow Serpent also told of talks he had had with the seven sisters and of the wonders he had seen while making the pathways for the sacred water to flow in this area.

It is the birth place of many elders of the Wakka Wakka people with elders of this group living in the town of Gayndah

Ban Ban Springs is unique in Indigenous Heritage. It is sacred in men's Business and women's Business for separate and combined reasons.

Throughout time this area has been guarded by the Rainbow Serpent

Unfortunately, in September 2006 the then Shire of Gayndah, more concerned about noxious weeds and improving visitors' experience of the area, sought to re-vegetate and beautify the place by engaging contractors to promptly clear the existing vegetation from in and around the springs, with the following effect

Cultural Heritage Destroyed: They've exposed the plant life to the summer heat, moved the rocks around, driven through the springs's pond.. They've bulldozed what Gayndah's Wakka Wakka know as their cultural heritage..

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