Bennelong Point and Barangaroo are prominent Sydney landmarks named after two of a number of leading historical Aboriginal figures. 

Following the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788, the British encountered Aboriginal people living around the coves and bays of Port Jackson. A number of Aboriginal leaders played an important role in early relationships between the colonists and Eora people.

Bennelong

Bennelong

The Influencer
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Pemulwuy

Pemulwuy

The Warrior
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Bungaree

Bungaree

The Navigator
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Colebee

Colebee

The Tribesman
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Barangaroo

Barangaroo

A woman of authority
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Daringha

Daringha

Wife of Colebee
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