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  • 65 years of age at time of disappearance.


  • Was visiting relatives at the T Gardens Aboriginal Community.
  • Seen getting into a small green sedan around 8pm Sunday 1 February 1976.
  • The male driver is described as Light skinned, young, slim build and brown hair.


Mrs Jennings was living in Laverton and was visiting relatives at the T Gardens, north of Kalgoorlie at the time of her disappearance.

The T Gardens was an Aboriginal Community on the eastern side of Goldfields Highway approximately 10km north of Kalgoorlie.


Around 8pm on Sunday 1 February 1976, Ms Jennings was seen at the T Gardens in Kalgoorlie by a relative.

She was seen to get into a small green sedan displaying a registration number similar to “XKO” or “KXO”. The driver was described as a young, fair skinned male, who was short with a slim build and brown hair.

This was the last known sighting of Ms Jennings and she was later reported as a missing person.

The person or persons responsible for Ms Jennings’ disappearance have not been identified.

If you have any information about the disappearance of Mary Jennings or her movements around Kalgoorlie on Sunday 1 February 1976, please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make an online report below. Please remember that you can remain anonymous if you wish and rewards are offered.

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders both past and present.

Working Together by DuShong

The artwork titled ‘Working Together’ represents the Aboriginal tribes of Western Australia working together in harmony to rejuvenate the land by controlled fires.

In this artwork it also represents our community today working together to keep our neighbourhood safe from crime.

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