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Darling Harbour

For more than 7,000 years Darling Harbour was a frontier; a boundary between the Wangal and Gadigal clans of the coastal Eora people who used the Harbour for food and transport up the Parramatta River. The shores were littered with the remnants of oyster shells and other shellfish accumulated over thousands of years. It is this that led the Europeans to call the area Cockle Bay.

Ancestral Spirit - Trails - Darling Harbour

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